Twenty-seven adolescent enuretics without known major organic pathology were submitted to urological investigation. Seventy-five percent of those with completed evaluations showed some form of organic abnormality. Urethral strictures and stenoses were the most common type of pathology found.

Physicians seeing these patients should be aware of the foregoing and obtain a minimum of a cystourethrogram and intravenous pyelogram on each patient as well as the more routine physical examination. The cystourethrogram was the most productive examination in terms of numbers, although some of the more major pathology was found on intravenous pyelograms.

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