NeUroGastroenterologia 2001

2001 Vol. 7, N.  1

  • Gastrointestinal Disorders in patients with diabetic autonomic neuropathy
  • Prevalence of chronic constipation, diarrhea and fecal incontinence in type 2 diabetic patients
  • Irritable bowel syndrome. Clinical approach and pharmacological therapy
  • Clinical applications of cutaneous electrogastrography

2001 Vol. 7, N. 2

  • Treatment of fissure in ano
  • Today and future perspectives
  • Bowel disorders in functional dyspepsia
  • Electrogastrography in childhood

2001 Vol. 7, N. 3

  • Eating disorders and gastrointestinal alterations
  • Abdomino-pelvic dyssynergia
  • Gastrointestinal dysfunctions in primary myopathies

NeUroGastroenterologia 2000

2000 Vol. 6, N.  1 

  • Hard facts to swallow
  • European survey on the impact of dysphagia in geriatric patients
  • Mithochondrial myopathy, leucoencefalopathy, IDDM, and celiac disease
  • Electrogastrography: foreword
  • Electrogastrography: the history of EGG

2000 Vol.6, N. 2

  • Neuro-immune interactions : possible implications for fucntional bowel disorders
  • Functional heartburn: prevalence and pathogenetical role of gastroesophageal reflux
  • Gastroesophageal reflux disease: clinical approach and pharmacological therapy

2000 Vol.6, N. 3

  • Coeliac disease and dilated cardiomyopathy.
  • A new association with potential therapeutic implications
  • An unusual case of oropharyngeal dysphagia
  • Electrogastrography: signal processing and analysis

NeUroGastroenterologia 1999

1999 Vol. 5, N. 1

  • Delivery, pelvic floor and fecal incontinence
  • Fibromyalgia and irritable bowel syndrome
  • Abstracts  of the  International Conference on Pelvic Floor

1999 Vol. 5, N.  2

  • Antibiotics and  gut flora
  • Antibiotics in the inflammatory bowel disease
  • Colon diverticula  and antibiotics 
  • Abstracts of the 8th National Congress of GISMAD (Italian Group for the Study of Motility of the GI Tract)

1999 Vol. 5, N.  3

  • The role of  hypnosis in the therapy of patients with irritable  bowel syndrome 
  • May abuse affect the symptoms in patients with chronic organic  gastro-intestinal disorders?
  • Urinary  dysfunctions in  patients with Parkinson's disease.
  • Pathophysiology, diagnostic  assessment, and therapeutic approach 

1999 Vol. 5, N.4

  • Gastric  antisecretory drugs in the treatment of chronic gastroesophageal reflux  disease
  • Psychiatric  assessment and clinical evaluation of pelvic floor dyssynergia
  • Anorectal  disorders in neurological patients

NeUroGastroenterologia 1998

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

NeUroGastroenterologia 1997

1997 Vol. 3, N. 1  

  • The intestinal cells of Cajal. A century after their discovery
  • Pudendal neuropathy in fecal and urinary incontinence
  • Colonic constipation after resection of an abnormal aortic aneurysm
  • Role of intestinal neuropeptides in the regulation of inflammation. Possible effect on the pathogenesis of inflammatory bowel diseases

1997 Vol. 3, N. 2  

  • Neuropeptide mediated regulation of gastrointestinal motility in the inflammed gut
  • Controlled clinical trial on the treatment of functional dyspepsia with levosulpiride
  • Rehabilitation approach to the patients with pelvic floor disorders
  • Headache and dysphagia secondary to cranial nerve dysfunction

1997 Vol. 3, N. 3  

  • Constipation and the worry to escape from the intestinal labyrinth
  • Chronic constipation: an electrophysiological study of pelvic floor muscles
  • Inertia colica and autonomic neuropathy. A non-casual association
  • Chronic constipation: real, induced or simulated?

1997 Vol. 3, N. 4  

  • How many forms of chronic functional constipation are there?
  • Propulsive activitiy of distal colon in the rabbit. Synergic interaction between cholinergic muscarinic and NK1, NK2tachykinins excitatory transmission
  • Neurology and neuropathology of the gastrointestinal innervation
  • Intermittent dysphagia concomitant with failure of LES inhibition after solid food swallowing

NeUroGastroenterologia 1996

1996 Vol. 2, N. 1  

  • Rehabilitation of fecal incontinence
  • Assessment of the autonomic nervous system of the genital area
  • Digital radiofluoroangiography video-urodynamics in the assessment of female urinary incontinence
  • Two case reports of anorexia

1996 Vol. 2, N. 2  

  • 5-HT4 receptor agonists potentiate cholinergic neuromuscular transmission in the human detrusor muscle: potential therapeutical implications
  • Gastrointestinal disorders after stroke
  • The ice-water test: physiopathologic mechanism, diagnostic value and clinical use in patients with neurogenic bladder
    "Revealing" bladder dysfunction in a patient with hydrocephalus

1996 Vol. 2, N. 3  

  • The enteric nervous system. Normal and abnormal function
  • Anal dysfunctions in Parkinson's disease
  • Enteric Nervous System (ENS). Similarities and differences in the gastrointestinal tract, gallbladder and pancreas
  • Conservative management of Hirschsprung's disease

1996 Vol. 2, N. 4  

  • Idiopathic dyspepsia: a pathophysiological rebus
  • Somatization disorders in patients with functional gastrointestinal disorders
  • Neurophysiologic assessment of the pelvic floor after acute lesion of the spinal cord
  • Gastric emptying delayed by migraine attacks