IBS SUBTYPING BASED ON ROME III CRITERIA IS ASSOCIATED WITH ALTERATIONS IN INTESTINAL MOTILITY AND SECRETION, BUT NOT WITH SENSITIVITY OR PSYCHOSOCIAL FACTORS.
(1) Dept of Internal Medicine, Sahlgrenska University Hospital, Gothenburg, Sweden
(2) Dept of Physiology, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia
This item was part of the IBS: Clinical and pathophysiological aspects session at Gastro 2009 UEGW/WCOG London (17th UEGW)
This item can be cited as: Gut 2009; 58 (Suppl II) A20
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