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Mahler, M.S. (1946). Psychogenic Incontinence of Fæces (Encopresis) in Children: Edward Lehman. Amer. J. of Diseases of Children, LXVIII, 1944, pp. 190–199.. Psychoanal Q., 15:557.
    
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(1946). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 15:557

Psychogenic Incontinence of Fæces (Encopresis) in Children: Edward Lehman. Amer. J. of Diseases of Children, LXVIII, 1944, pp. 190–199.

Margaret S. Mahler

Three cases of psychogenic encopresis and one case of obstipatio paradoxa, ameliorated or partly cured by psychotherapy, are reported. The literature pertaining to the subject is thoroughly discussed.

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Mahler, M.S. (1946). Psychogenic Incontinence of Fæces (Encopresis) in Children. Psychoanal. Q., 15:557

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