Anal sphincter dysfunction in multiple sclerosis: an observation manometric study
OPEN MEDICINE, pp. 509.0-517.0, 2016.
Constipation, obstructed defecation, and fecal incontinence are frequent complaints in multiple sclerosis. The literature on the pathophysiological mechanisms underlying these disorders is scant. Using anorectal manometry, we compared the anorectal function in patients with and without multiple sclerosis. 136 patients referred from our Ce...More
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