About 200 cases of bedwetting were studied for a period of more than seven months. Most of the patients of less than 4 years of age and a few older ones were not used because they were not sufficiently developed mentally to be willing to undergo privations as an end to their cure. Children more than 12 years old were not seen. The treatment was not outlined to patients not living with their parents, who would not make the necessary sacrifices, nor to patients brought in by neighbors. Children with cord lesions or other organic nervous diseases, diabetics, and those with marked mental disorders were considered as outside the scope of this study.
Boys comprised 62 per cent, of the cases. Blond children predominated. There was a history of enuresis in the immediate family in 56 per cent., including grandparents, aunts and uncles.
In 59 per cent, of the cases,