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Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Technical Papers & Abstracts

Naliboff, B., Hirsh, T., Kodner, A., Niazi, N., & Mayer, E. A. (Apr. 1995). Physiological and symptomatic improvement following an anorectal biofeedback training program for incontinence and constipation: Comparison of patients with and without IBS symptoms. Gastroenterology, 108(4), A656.Retrieved from Science Direct Database.

Malcolm, A., Hansen, R. D., Suttor, R. D., Prott, G. M., Simmons, L., & Kellow, J. E. (Apr. 2008). 906 Anorectal Biofeedback Therapy Improves Bloating in Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Functional Constipation. Gastroenterology, 134(4), A130. Retrieved from Science Direct Database.

Preziosi, G., Thirupathy, K., Boulos, P., & Emmanuel, E.(May 2009). Successful Biofeedback in Patients with Multiple Sclerosis Is Related to Disability and Mood Factors More Than Anorectal Physiology Variables. Gastroenterology, 136(5), A380. Retrieved from Science Direct Database.

Blanchard, E. , & Schwarz, S.(1987). Adaptation of a multicomponent treatment for irritable bowel syndrome to a small-group format. Biofeedback and Self-Regulation 12, 63–69. Retrieved from SpringerLink Database.