Psychophysiologic responses to a realistic laboratory abdominal pain stimulus.

Abstract

Small doses of the carbohydrate lactulose are widely used in the clinical setting to assess small bowel transit time because lactulose is not absorbed by the small intestine and its arrival in the intestine can be detected non-invasively by breath hydrogen testing. In this study, doses of this safe, widely used substance higher than those typically… (More)

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@article{Ditto1989PsychophysiologicRT, title={Psychophysiologic responses to a realistic laboratory abdominal pain stimulus.}, author={Blaine Ditto and Richard G Barr}, journal={Pain}, year={1989}, volume={38 3}, pages={279-88} }