Secondary Nocturnal Enuresis of an Adult: a Case Report

Nocturnal enuresis is a common medical condition seen during childhood. Although there are a lot of researches about nocturnal enuresis in childhood, a few of them have shown the prevalence of this disease in adults. This report is about a patient who suffers from nocturnal enuresis after being involved to military service and respond well to duloxetine treatment.


Hülya Çeçen

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