A multinational survey of prevalence and patterns of laxative use among adults with self‐defined constipation

@article{Wald2008AMS,
  title={A multinational survey of prevalence and patterns of laxative use among adults with self‐defined constipation},
  author={A. Wald and C. Scarpignato and S. Mueller-Lissner and M. Kamm and U. Hinkel and I. Helfrich and C. Schuijt and K. G. Mandel},
  journal={Alimentary Pharmacology \& Therapeutics},
  year={2008},
  volume={28}
}
Background  While numerous studies report prevalence of constipation, use of laxatives is poorly understood. 

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