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Kiddoo D, Klassen TP, Lang ME, et al. The Effectiveness of Different Methods of Toilet Training for Bowel and Bladder Control. Rockville (MD): Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (US); 2006 Dec. (Evidence Reports/Technology Assessments, No. 147.)

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Appendix G: Abbreviations

AAPAmerican Academy of Pediatrics
ADHDattention deficit and hyperactivity disorder
CCTcontrolled clinical trial
CGconventional group
CICclean intermittent catheterization
CPSCanadian Paediatric Society
DSM IV-TRDiagnosis and Statistical Manual IV - Text Revised
LUTSlower urinary tract symptoms
MCmentally handicapped children
NRnot reported
OCoperant conditioning
RCTrandomized controlled trial
RTregular toileting
SAsocial age
SCHscheduled
SDstandard deviation
SIself-initiated
SIEself-initiated elimination
STRstool toileting refusal
TEPtechnical expert panel
TTtoilet training
UKUnited Kingdom
VSMSVineland Social Maturity Scale

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