THE IMPACT OF SENSE OF COHERENCE (SOC) ON PERCEIVED SYMPTOM SEVERITY IN IBS PATIENTS AT BASELINE AND THREE-YEARS FOLLOW UP

(1) INSTITUTE OF MEDICINE

(2) University of Leuven



This item was part of the Brain-gut interactions in functional GI disorders session at UEG Week Stockholm 2011

This item can be cited as: Gut 2011; 60 (Suppl 3) A66

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