There are two types of elimination disorders, encopresis and enuresis. The most common cause of encopresis is chronic (long-term) constipation, the inability.
Elimination disorders occur when children who are otherwise old enough to causes distress or impairment in the child's social or academic functioning.
Elimination disorders all involve the inappropriate elimination of urine or feces and are usually first diagnosed in childhood or adolescence.
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