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Hypnotherapy in severe irritable bowel syndrome: further experience.
Fifteen patients with severe intractable irritable bowel syndrome previously reported as successfully treated with hypnotherapy, have now been followed up for a mean duration of 18 months. AllExpand
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Changes in rectal sensitivity after hypnotherapy in patients with irritable bowel syndrome.
Fifteen patients with the irritable bowel syndrome were studied to assess the effect of hypnotherapy on anorectal physiology. In comparison with a control group of 15 patients who received noExpand
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CONTROLLED TRIAL OF HYPNOTHERAPY IN RELAPSE PREVENTION OF DUODENAL ULCERATION
30 patients with rapidly relapsing duodenal ulceration were studied to assess the possible benefit of hypnotherapy in relapse prevention. After the ulcer had healed on treatment with ranitidine, theExpand
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Left ventricular function and oesophageal function in patients with angina pectoris and normal coronary angiograms.
Left ventricular function and oesophageal function (including oesophageal manometry and pH monitoring) were investigated and a psychiatric assessment carried out in 63 patients with angina pectorisExpand
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The influence of prey size and female reproductive state on the courtship of the autumn spider, Metellina segmentata: a field experiment
. Factors affecting courtship and mating behaviour in the common European orb-weaving autumn spider, Metellina segmentata, were examined in a field experiment. Males of this species wait on the edgeExpand
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Angina-like chest pain: a joint medical and psychiatric investigation.
Sixty three patients with chest pain typical of angina and who had normal coronary angiograms were investigated for left ventricular, oesophageal and psychiatric abnormalities. An additional 21Expand
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Psychological aspects of irritable bowel syndrome.
Patients with irritable bowel syndrome appear to suffer from more psychiatric disorders than control subjects although it remains to be established whether this is cause or effect. The chronic natureExpand
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