DIAGNOSIS AND MANAGEMENT OF MODERATE-TO-SEVERE IRRITABLE BOWEL SYNDROME WITH CONSTIPATION (IBS-C) IN EUROPE: POOLED RESULTS FROM THE IBIS-C STUDY

(1) University Hospital Gasthuisberg,Leuven,Belgium

(2) University of Bologna,Bologna,Italy

(3) Centro Médico Teknon,Barcelona,Spain

(4) University Hospital of North Durham,Durham,United Kingdom

(5) Israelitic Hospital, Hamburg,Hamburg,Germany

(6) Louis-Mourier Hospital,Colombes,France

(7) Sahlgrenska University Hospital,Göteborg,Sweden

(8) TFS Develop S.L., Barcelona, Spain,Barcelona,Spain

(9) Almirall S.A.,Barcelona,Spain



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This item can be cited as: United European Gastroenterology Journal; 2015: 2 (Supplement 1)

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