ANEMGI-ONLUS  Associazione per la NeUroGastroenterologia e la Motilità Gastrointestinale 
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NeUroGastroenterologia 1998 Print E-mail

1998 Vol. 4, N. 1  

  • Where psychiatry, psychology and gastroenterology meet
  • Low dose tricyclic antidepressant in the treatment of functional disorders of the upper and lower gastrointestinal tract
  • Myotonic dystrophy, delayed gastric emptying and dyspeptic symptoms: something has still to be founb out!
  • Intestinal obstruction in a patient with megacolon and without constipation


1998 Vol. 4, N. 2  

  •  Where psychiatry, psychology and gastroenterology meet. Psychological aspects as pathogenetic cofactors of gastrointestinal diseases (Part II)
  • Histological diagnosis of neuromuscular intestinal disorders. Experience of a pediatric referral center
  • Mechanisms involved in inflammation-induced intestinal motor disorders
  • Evaluation of the anorectal motor patterns in Parkinson's disease


1998 Vol. 4, N. 2 supplement  
Proceedings of international symposium on: 
Approach to the patient with Chronic Gastrointestinal Disorders (CGID); Baveno-Italy, June10-11, 1998

  • The common features of CGID
  • Visceral disorders in neurological patients
  • Chronic GI disorders
  • Probiotics and antibiotics
  • Chronic GI pain and discomfort
  • Pharmaeconomics
  • Treatment of  functional GI disorders


1998 Vol. 4, N. 3

  • Victimization and health status: what is the link?
  • Prevalence of physical and/or sexual victimization in patients with chronic gastrointestinal disorders
  • Autonomic neuropathy and coeliac disease in adult patients: A possible clinical asociation or caeliac disease complication?
  • Esophageal achalasia in a patient with neuronal antibodies, paraneoplastic neurologic syndrome and small cell carcinoma of the lung


1998 Vol. 4, N. 4

  • Chronic or recurrent gastroesophageal reflux disease. Treatment of esophagitis or cure of the patient?
  • Prevalence of pain in elementary school children.
  • Gastroenterological origins of cardiac causes of sudden death
  • Recurrent episodes of acute abdominal distension