Su1642 Over a Quarter of the General Adult Population Experiences Gastrointestinal Symptoms Influencing Health-Related Quality of Life: Results of 50,000 Questionnaires

@inproceedings{Tielemans2012Su1642OA,
  title={Su1642 Over a Quarter of the General Adult Population Experiences Gastrointestinal Symptoms Influencing Health-Related Quality of Life: Results of 50,000 Questionnaires},
  author={Merel M. Tielemans and Jeroen Jaspers Focks and Leo G. van Rossum and Jan B.M.J. Jansen and Robert J. F. Laheij and Martijn G.H. van Oijen},
  year={2012}
}
BACKGROUND: Esophago-gastrointestinal (EGI) symptoms are frequently reported by patients with eating disorders (ED), who tend to use somatic disturbances to justify modifications of alimentary behaviour. It is not clear if referred symptoms are real, whether they ameliorate after controlled diet or if there are related to psychopathogical traits. AIM: (i) to analyze the prevalence of moderate-severe EGI symptoms, either individual or pooled, and of Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory… CONTINUE READING