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Articles published in Int J Colorectal Dis

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    September 2016
  1. BARMEYER C, Schumann M, Meyer T, Zielinski C, et al
    Long-term response to gluten-free diet as evidence for non-celiac wheat sensitivity in one third of patients with diarrhea-dominant and mixed-type irritable bowel syndrome.
    Int J Colorectal Dis. 2016.
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    February 2016
  2. BOUCHOUCHA M, Devroede G, Bon C, Mary F, et al
    Difficult defecation in constipated patients and its relationship to colonic disorders.
    Int J Colorectal Dis. 2016.
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    July 2015
  3. KVASNOVSKY CL, Papagrigoriadis S
    Symptoms in patients with diverticular disease should not be labelled as IBS.
    Int J Colorectal Dis. 2015;30:995.
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    April 2015
  4. WU CY, Chang WP, Chang YH, Li CP, et al
    The risk of irritable bowel syndrome in patients with endometriosis during a 5-year follow-up: a nationwide population-based cohort study.
    Int J Colorectal Dis. 2015.
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    September 2014
  5. JUNG S, Lee H, Chung H, Park JC, et al
    Incidence and predictive factors of irritable bowel syndrome after acute diverticulitis in Korea.
    Int J Colorectal Dis. 2014.
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    August 2014
  6. LEI P, Lei G, Tian J, Zhou Z, et al
    Development and validation of the irritable bowel syndrome scale under the system of quality of life instruments for chronic diseases QLICD-IBS: combinations of classical test theory and generalizability theory.
    Int J Colorectal Dis. 2014.
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