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Decreased interstitial cell of cajal volume in patients with slow-transit constipation.
BACKGROUND & AIMS The cause of slow-transit constipation is incompletely understood. Recent observations suggest a central role for interstitial cells of Cajal in the control of intestinal motility.Expand
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New perspectives in neurogastroenterology and motility. Foreword.
News and views from the Editors
As we close the year, we welcome a new colleague and say goodbye and our heartfelt thanks to an old one. Keith Sharkey joined the editorial team in September 2006, taking over full editorialExpand
Foreword
This special issue celebrates the 20th anniversary of the Journal. The Editors had high expectations when planning this supplement. We asked the authors who were commissioned to write an article toExpand
Message from the Editors
Message from the Editors
At the beginning of this New Year, the Editors of Neurogastroenterology and Motility take the opportunity to report on some recent and upcoming changes for the Journal. The year 2009 was a very goodExpand