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Dr. Elizabeth Berry-Kravis
In this study we characterized toileting milestones and factors related to delayed toilet training in children with Fragile X Syndrome (FXS). For FXS participants in the FORWARD Registry and Database, a multi-variate analysis showed low language ability, behavioral irritability, and autism spectrum disorder diagnosis were strongly associated with late toilet training (>age 10). A Cox proportional-hazards model showed language level and ASD diagnosis predicted chances of toilet training at all ages. Survival curves allow estimation of likelihood of toilet training at any age. These findings will help with setting toileting expectations and creating management plans for toilet training in FXS. Read the article.
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