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Psychosocial Factors’ Influence on the Clinical Phenotype of IBS Patients | PainSolve
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Psychosocial Factors’ Influence on the Clinical Phenotype of IBS Patients

April 2019

Dr Emilio Quetglas, The PainSolve Team

Some days ago we had the pleasure to host a webinar entitled ‘Psychophysiological Phenotyping of Visceral Pain’ from Prof. Qasim Aziz, one of the world experts in this area. In discussing the topic, we have been driven to think about how relevant the neuro-visceral axis is for the expression of the constellation of symptoms from which visceral pain conditions can originate.

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