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Vol. 6 - Num. 22

Clinical Reviews

Encopresis and learning disabilities in two children with normal intelligence

M.ª Jesús Redondo Granadoa, A Calderón Mancebo

aPediatra. CS Rondilla I. Facultad de Medicina. Universidad de Valladolid. Valladolid. España.

Correspondence: MJ Redondo. E-mail: mredondogra@gmail.com

Reference of this article: Redondo Granado MJ, Calderón Mancebo A. Encopresis and learning disabilities in two children with normal intelligence. Rev Pediatr Aten Primaria. 2004;6:209-219.

Published in Internet: 30-06-2004

Abstract

The study presents two cases of encopretic children resistant to standard treatment (continence training techniques). Learning disabilities were diagnosed during follow-up. Adding specific logopaedic therapy and behavioural techniques improved control over eliminatory functions. The study recommends the use of conducted anamnestic inquiry to search for learning disorders on encopretic children, especially on those with normal intelligence, more likely to be unperceived. Individuals with suggestive anamnesis should be performed cognitive test.

Keywords

Cognition disorders Encopresis Learning disabilities

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