Bloating is associated with worse quality of life, treatment satisfaction, and treatment responsiveness among patients with constipation-predominant irritable bowel syndrome and functional constipation

L. Neri, P. Iovino, Donato Francesco Altomare, Vito Annese, Danilo Badiali, Guido Basilisco, G. Bassotti, Edda Battaglia, Gabriele Bazzocchi, Massimo Bellini, Emanuele Bendia, Luigi Benini, Giuseppe Biscaglia, Ivano Biviano, Renato Bocchini, Sebastiano Bonventre, Fabrizio Bossa, Giovanni Brandimarte, Renato Cannizzaro, Michele CicalaL. Cipolletta, Virgilio Clara, R. F. Cogliandro, Giulia Comandini, E. S. Corazziari, Sergio Crotta, Rosario Cuomo, Lucia D'Alba, F. De Giorgi, Mario Del Piano, Michela Di Fonzo, F. Di Mario, Michele Di Stefano, V. D'Onofrio, Kostantinos Efthymakis, Pierluigi Fiore, Manuela Fortuna, Walter Fries, Eleonora Gaetani, Francesca Galeazzi, A. Gasbarrini, Andrea Geccherle, Francesco Giangregorio, Lisa Girardi, Mario Grassini, Marzia Groppo, Giovanni Guarnieri, Massimiliano Lo Cascio, Roberto Lolli, Francesco Luzza, G. Macarri, Maria Marino, Stefania Miraglia, Santo Monastra, Maria Cristina Neri, Matteo Neri, Roberto Antonio Noris, S. Orselli, S. Passaretti, Alberto Paviotti, Paolo Pazzi, A. Pilotto, Piero Portincasa, Nunzio Ranaldo, P. Ravelli, Francesca Rogai, Renato Sablich, Vincenzo Savarino, Giancarlo Spinzi, V. Stanghellini, Leonardo Tammaro, F. Torresan, Paolo Usai Satta, C. Claudio Valle

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