• A paediatric technique for regaining adult bowel control
  • Posted in Case Reports

  • 15th Mar 2013

  • Faecal incontinence affects 1-10 % of adults and in 0.5-1% is severe enough to impair daily quality of life1. The condition remains a socially stigmatising problem with considerable emotional, psychological and physical consequences. Dietary modification, laxatives, constipating agents, suppositories, enemas, bowel retraining and biofeedback are amongst the conventional methods used to address the problem, aiming […]


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