Efficacy of biofeedback training in improving faecal incontinence and anorectal physiologic function.

@article{LoeningBaucke1990EfficacyOB,
  title={Efficacy of biofeedback training in improving faecal incontinence and anorectal physiologic function.},
  author={Vera A Loening-Baucke},
  journal={Gut},
  year={1990},
  volume={31 12},
  pages={1395-402}
}
The efficacy of biofeedback treatment on faecal incontinence and anorectal function was evaluated in eight patients with faecal incontinence treated with biofeedback training and medical therapy. Outcome and anorectal function were compared with nine faecal incontinent patients who received medical therapy alone. Three month follow up showed that 50% of patients in the biofeedback plus conventional treatment group and 56% of those treated conventionally only had improved. One year follow up… CONTINUE READING
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