Third Pediatric European Motility Meeting: September 14-17, 2005; Amsterdam, The Netherlands
The Influence of Hox Genes and Three Intercellular Signaling Pathways on Enteric Neuromuscular Development
Control of Gastrointestinal Motility by the “Gut Brain” - The Enteric Nervous System
Sensory Signals from the Gastrointestinal Tract
Inflammation and Gut Motility; Neural Control of Intestinal Immune Cell Activation
Parental Care, Mast Cells and Visceral Hypersensitivity
Allergy and Intestinal Dysmotility-Causal or Coincidental Links?
Challenges of Examining Complex Genetic Disorders like GERD
Distal Motility Disorders
Gastro-Oesophageal Reflux Disease in Infants and Children: New Insights, Developments and Old Chestnuts
Esophageal Biopsy in Children - Essential, Valuable, or a Waste of Time? It all Depends
How Did We Get To Rome?
Pediatric Clinical Research Will Benefit From Rome III
Do the Rome Criteria Help the Doctor or the Patient?
Rome in Real Life
Achalasia: From New Insights in Pathophysiology to Treatment
Pathogenesis and Treatment of Cyclical Vomiting
Gastroesophageal Reflux: Medical Treatment
Antireflux Surgery: New Era's, New Results
Abdominal Pain: Is It in the Gut Or in the Head?
Treatment of Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders Associated with Abdominal Pain
Hypnotherapy for Irritable Bowel Syndrome: A Role in Pediatric Practice?
Psychosocial Factors: Impact on Symptom Severity and Outcomes of Pediatric Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders
What's the Value of Diagnostic Tools in Defecation Disorders?
New Treatment Options in Childhood Constipation?
Surgery and Constipation: When, How, Yes, or No?
Clinical Disorders Related to ICCs
Defecation Disorders After Surgery for Hirschsprung's Disease
Surgery in Intestinal Pseudo-Obstruction: Pro
Surgery for Pediatric Patients With Chronic Intestinal Pseudo-Obstruction Syndrome
ABDOMINAL PAIN - WAITING FOR ROME III.
ROUTINE COMBINED ESOPHAGEAL IMPEDANCE AND PH MEASUREMENT IN CHILDREN.
PHARYNGO-OESOPHAGEAL MOTILITY PATTERNS DURING SWALLOWING IN HEALTHY PRETERM NEONATES: ASSESSMENT WITH HIGH RESOLUTION MANOMETRY.
REPRODUCIBILITY OF THE 13 C OCTANOIC ACID BREATH TEST FOR GASTRIC EMPTYING OF SOLIDS IN CHILDREN.
REPRODUCIBILITY OF THE 13 C ACETATE ACID BREATH TEST FOR GASTRIC EMPTYING OF LIQUIDS IN CHILDREN.
FOLLOW-UP OF PATIENTS WITH SEVERE CONSTIPATION AND ENCOPRESIS, TREATED IN A MULTIDISCIPLINARY PROGRAM. DEFINING THE ROLE OF PSYCHOSOCIAL CO-MORBIDITY.
CHRONIC COUGH AND GASTROESOPHAGEAL REFLUX DISEASE IN CHILDREN: WHICH TEST FOR SYMPTOMATIC CORRELATION?.
VALIDATION OF THE ROME CRITERIA IN CHILEAN CHILDREN WITH CHRONIC ABDOMINAL PAIN.
THE PATTERN OF GASTROESOPHAGEAL REFLUX IN CHILDREN WITH CHRONIC RESPIRATORY DISEASE.
CONSTIPATION IN CHILDREN: MEDICAL PRESENTATION THROUGH ADULTHOOD IN A POPULATION BASED BIRTH COHORT.
GASTRO-OESOPHAGEAL REFLUX DISEASE AND DELAYED GASTRIC EMPTYING IN CHILDREN: SCINTIGRAPHIC, ENDOSCOPIC AND SURGICAL RESULTS AFTER NISSEN FUNDOPLICATION AND PYLOROMYOTOMY.
PLACEBO CONTROLLED TRIALS ARE WELL RECEIVED BY PARENTS IN PEDIATRIC FUNCTIONAL GASTROENTEROLOGY AND MOTILITY RESEARCH REGARDLESS OF OUTCOME.
FRUCTOSE-INTOLERANCE IN CHILDREN.
GALL BLADDERMOTILITY IN CHILDREN WITH FUNCTIONAL CONSTIPATION.
GASTRIC EMPTYING IN CHILDREN WITH FUNCTIONAL FECAL RETENTION.
GASTRIC EMPTYING AND MESENTERIC BLOOD FLOW IN CONSTIPATED CHILDREN.
GASTROESOPHAGEAL REFLUX AND CONSTIPATION: HOW STRONG IS THE MOTILITY CONNECTION?.
EOSINOPHILIC ESOPHAGITIS IS AN UNDERDIAGNOSED CONDITION IN THE NETHERLANDS.
LONG TERM FOLLOW-UP IN INFANTS WITH GASTROESOPHAGEAL REFLUX.
ORAL RANITIDINE AND GASTRIC ACID BUFFERING IN INFANTS WITH PERSISTING REFLUX-SYMPTOMS.
FREQUENCY AND CLEARANCE OF ACID AND NON-ACID REFLUX IN CHILDREN ARE INVERSELY RELATED DURING FASTING AND POST-PRANDIAL PERIODS.
DEFECATION DISORDERS AND URINARY INCONTINENCE IN NEUROLOGICALLY NORMAL CHILDREN-‘FUNCTIONAL ELIMINATION DISORDER’?.
MULTICHANNEL INTRALUMINAL IMPEDANCE IN INFANTS WITH GASTRO-ESOPHAGEAL REFLUX.
THE PREVALENCE OF RECURRENT ABDOMINAL PAIN IN SCHOOL CHILDREN OPERATED FOR ANAL ATRESIA IS HIGHER COMPARED TO THE BACKGROUND POPULATION.
PREVALENCE RATES FOR CONSTIPATION, FECAL INCONTINENCE, URINARY INCONTINENCE AND URINARY TRACT INFECTIONS IN CHILDREN.
THE CLINICAL EFFECT OF A NEW INFANT FORMULA IN TERM INFANTS WITH CONSTIPATION: A DOUBLE-BLIND, RANDOMIZED TRIAL.
COLONIC MANOMETRY IMPROVEMENT AFTER ANTEGRADE COLONIC ENEMAS VIA CECOSTOMY DOES NOT CORRELATE WITH SUCCESSFUL DISCONTINUATION OF THIS REGIMENNN.
NASOPHARINGEAL PH AS DIAGNOSTIC TEST TO CONFIRM RESPIRATORY DISEASE SECONDARY TO GASTROESOPHAGEAL REFLUX.
PARENTAL WORRIES ABOUT RECURRENT ABDOMINAL PAIN.
NASOPHARYNGEAL PH (NASOPH) IN CHILDREN WITH GASTROESOPHAGEAL REFLUX DISEASE (GORD) WITH RESPIRATOY AND DIGESTIVE DISEASES.
PSYCHOLOGICAL TRAITS OF THE MOTHER, BUT NOT THE CHILD, INFLUENCE WHETHER CHILDREN WITH ABDOMINAL PAIN ARE BROUGHT TO THE PEDIATRICIAN.
PATTERNS OF DEFECATION IN CHILDHOOD: A POPULATION STUDY IN WESTERN AUSTRALIAN CHILDREN.
RECURRENT ABDOMINAL PAIN AT AGE EIGHT IS NOT RELATED TO NEONATAL USE OF NASOGASTRIC TUBES.
CAN WE REDUCE THE DURATION OF COLONIC MANOMETRY STUDY IN CHILDREN?.
THE BELIEFS AND NEED FOR EDUCATION OF SCHOOL NURSES ON RECURRENT ABDOMINAL PAIN OF CHILDHOOD. OPPORTUNITY FOR THERAPEUTIC ALLIANCE?
STUDY OF VISCERAL SENSITIVITY MEASURED BY RECTAL BAROSTAT IN PEDIATRIC PATIENTS SUFFERING FROM FUNCTIONAL GASTROINTESTINAL DISORDERS.