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    1. Crowell, MD
      The role of serotonin in the pathophysiology of irritable bowel syndrome

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF MANAGED CARE
    2. Crowell, MD; Lane, SN
      Evaluating interactions between soil drainage and seedling performance in a restoration of Pinus sylvestris woodland, Scotland

      GLOBAL ECOLOGY AND BIOGEOGRAPHY
    3. Crowell, MD; Zayat, EN; Lacy, BE; Schettler-Duncan, A; Liu, MC
      The effects of an inhaled beta(2)-adrenergic agonist on lower esophageal function - A dose-response study

      CHEST
    4. Lacy, BE; Zayat, E; Crowell, MD
      Generalized intestinal dysmotility in a patient with syringomyelia

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF GASTROENTEROLOGY
    5. Lane, SN; James, TD; Crowell, MD
      Application of digital photogrammetry to complex topography for geomorphological research

      PHOTOGRAMMETRIC RECORD
    6. CROWELL MD
      DENTINOGENESIS IMPERFECTA - A CASE-REPORT

      American journal of orthodontics and dentofacial orthopedics
    7. Lane, SN; Biron, PM; Bradbrook, KF; Butler, JB; Chandler, JH; Crowell, MD; McLelland, SJ; Richards, KS; Roy, AG
      Three-dimensional measurement of river channel flow processes using acoustic Doppler velocimetry

      EARTH SURFACE PROCESSES AND LANDFORMS
    8. CROWELL MD; SCHETTLERDUNCAN VA; BROOKHART K; BAROFSKY I
      FECAL INCONTINENCE - IMPACT ON PSYCHOSOCIAL FUNCTION AND HEALTH-RELATED QUALITY-OF-LIFE

      Gastroenterology
    9. BAROFSKY I; BISKUP C; SCHETTLERDUNCAN VA; CROWELL MD
      CHRONIC ABDOMINAL-PAIN IMPACTS PSYCHOSOCIAL STATUS AND HEALTH-RELATEDQUALITY-OF-LIFE

      Gastroenterology
    10. BULAT R; CHEN Y; FACHNIE B; TOUGAS G; CROWELL MD; KALLOO AN; PASRICHA PJ
      PHARMACOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF INTRASPHINCTERIC BOTULINUM TOXIN ON THE LOWER ESOPHAGEAL SPHINCTER RESPONSE TO CCK, ATROPINE AND EDROPHONIUM IN ACHALASIA

      Gastroenterology
    11. CROWELL MD
      CHRONIC ABDOMINAL-PAIN - A MULTIVARIATE-ANALYSIS OF PSYCHOLOGICAL DISTRESS

      Gastroenterology
    12. CROWELL MD; GENEDRY R; LACY B; SHERIF SF; SCHUSTER MM
      PELVIC FLOOR DYSFUNCTION IN WOMEN WITH ANTERIOR RECTOCELE

      Gastroenterology
    13. CROWELL MD; LACY B; SCHUSTER MM
      PERCEIVED STRAINING AND INCOMPLETE EVACUATION PREDICT PARADOXICAL CONTRACTION OF THE PELVIC FLOOR

      Gastroenterology
    14. ZAYAT E; YU SY; VONMULLER SB; SCHETTLERDUNCAN VA; SCHUSTER MM; CROWELL MD
      GASTRIC AND SMALL-BOWEL DYSFUNCTION IN PATIENTS WITH ANTRAL HYPOMOTILITY - RESPONSE TO ERYTHROMYCIN AND OCTREOTIDE

      Gastroenterology
    15. WHITEHEAD WE; CROWELL MD; DAVIDOFF AL; PALSSON OS; SCHUSTER MM
      PAIN FROM RECTAL DISTENSION IN WOMEN WITH IRRITABLE-BOWEL-SYNDROME - RELATIONSHIP TO SEXUAL ABUSE

      Digestive diseases and sciences
    16. WHITEHEAD WE; DELVAUX M; AZPIROZ F; BARLOW J; BRADLEY L; CAMILLERI M; CROWELL MD; ENCK P; FIORAMONTI J; TRACK J; MAYER EA; MORTEAU O; PHILLIPS SF; THOMPSON DG; WINGATE DL
      STANDARDIZATION OF BAROSTAT PROCEDURES FOR TESTING SMOOTH-MUSCLE TONEAND SENSORY THRESHOLDS IN THE GASTROINTESTINAL-TRACT

      Digestive diseases and sciences
    17. ORR WC; CROWELL MD; LIN B; HARNISH MJ; CHEN JDZ
      SLEEP AND GASTRIC FUNCTION IN IRRITABLE-BOWEL-SYNDROME - DERAILING THE BRAIN-GUT AXIS

      Gut
    18. CROWELL MD; DUNCAN VAS; MOWBRAY S; PASRICHA PJ; SCHUSTER MM
      ANTRODUODENAL RESPONSES TO LOW-DOSE ERYTHROMYCIN AND OCTREOTIDE DIFFER IN THE FASTING AND FED STATE

      Gastroenterology
    19. CROWELL MD; SCHUSTER MM; SCHETTLERDUNCAN VA; AGGARWAL R; PASRICHA PJ
      PROKINETIC EFFECTS OF KETOROLAC IN PATIENTS WITH INTESTINAL DYSMOTILITY

      Gastroenterology
    20. CROWELL MD; SCHETTLERDUNCAN VA; ORR WO
      VALIDITY OF A NEW SOLID-STATE SPHINCTOMETER COMPARED TO THE DENT SLEEVE IN THE EVALUATION OF LOWER ESOPHAGEAL SPHINCTER FUNCTION

      Gastroenterology
    21. HINNINGHOFEN H; MUSIAL F; ENCK P; SCHETTLERDUNCAN VA; CROWELL MD
      AUTONOMIC FUNCTION-TESTS IN PATIENTS WITH IRRITABLE-BOWEL-SYNDROME (IBS) AND HEALTHY CONTROL

      Gastroenterology
    22. MUSIAL F; RIEMANN DF; ENCK P; SCHMITZ N; CROWELL MD; KALVERAM KT
      A LONG-TERM RECORDING-SYSTEM FOR STUDYING THE TEMPORAL RELATIONSHIP OF EATING, DRINKING AND DEFECATION BEHAVIOR IN MINIATURE PIGS

      Gastroenterology
    23. CROWELL MD; SCHETTLERDUNCAN VA; LUTZ K
      SMOOTH-MUSCLE TONE INFLUENCES ADAPTIVE RELAXATION AND AUTONOMIC RESPONSES TO RECTAL DISTENSION

      Gastroenterology
    24. ORR WC; CHARD S; HARNISH MJ; GRABER J; CROWELL MD
      AUTONOMIC FUNCTIONING AS A PREDICTOR OF THE PERCENT OF REM-SLEEP IN PATIENTS WITH IRRITABLE-BOWEL-SYNDROME (IBS)

      Gastroenterology
    25. PALSSON OS; DAVIDOFF A; CROWELL MD; BURNETT CK; WHITEHEAD WE
      PSYCHOLOGICAL FUNCTIONING IN IRRITABLE-BOWEL-SYNDROME (IBS) PATIENTS - ROLE OF SEXUAL ABUSE HISTORY

      Gastroenterology
    26. HINNINGHOFEN H; BOGUET A; MUSIAL F; CROWELL MD
      STUDIES ON THE FUNCTION OF THE AUTONOMOUS NERVOUS-SYSTEM IN HEALTHY-SUBJECTS AND IN PATIENTS WITH IRRITABLE COLON

      Verhaltenstherapie
    27. MUSIAL F; MUSIAL A; CROWELL MD
      STRESS EFFECTS IN RECTAL DISTENSION - INT ERFERING FACTOR IN ANORECTAL FUNCTIONAL DIAGNOSIS

      Verhaltenstherapie
    28. MUSIAL F; CROWELL MD
      RECTAL ADAPTATION TO DISTENSION - IMPLICATIONS FOR THE DETERMINATION OF PERCEPTION THRESHOLDS

      Physiology & behavior
    29. CROWELL MD; LUTZ K; DAVIDOFF A; WHITEHEAD WE
      REPEATED RECTAL DISTENSION LEADS TO PERCEPTUAL SENSITIZATION

      Gastroenterology
    30. CROWELL MD; MUSIA F; LUTZ K; SCHETTLERDUNCAN VA
      ADAPTIVE RELAXATION OF RECTAL SMOOTH-MUSCLE INFLUENCES VISCERAL PERCEPTION

      Gastroenterology
    31. MUSIAL F; MUSIAL A; CROWELL MD
      STRESS REACTION TO CONTINUOUS RECTAL DISTENSION - A SOURCE OF BIAS INANORECTAL DIAGNOSTICS

      Gastroenterology
    32. ON WC; HARNISH M; LIN B; CROWELL MD; CHEN JDZ
      SLEEP AND THE IRRITABLE-BOWEL-SYNDROME (IBS) - DERAILING THE BRAIN-GUT AXIS

      Gastroenterology
    33. CROWELL MD
      NEUROBIOLOGY OF FUNCTIONAL BOWEL DISORDERS IN WOMEN WITH DYSMENORRHEA- REPLY

      The American journal of gastroenterology
    34. CHAMI TN; ANDERSEN AE; CROWELL MD; SCHUSTER MM; WHITEHEAD WE
      GASTROINTESTINAL SYMPTOMS IN BULIMIA-NERVOSA - EFFECTS OF TREATMENT

      The American journal of gastroenterology
    35. CHESKIN LJ; KAMAL N; CROWELL MD; SCHUSTER MM; WHITEHEAD WE
      MECHANISMS OF CONSTIPATION IN OLDER PERSONS AND EFFECTS OF FIBER COMPARED WITH PLACEBO

      Journal of the American Geriatrics Society
    36. WHITEHEAD WE; CROWELL MD; HELLER BR; ROBINSON JC; SCHUSTER MM; HORN S
      MODELING AND REINFORCEMENT OF THE SICK ROLE DURING CHILDHOOD PREDICTSADULT ILLNESS BEHAVIOR

      Psychosomatic medicine
    37. MUSIAL F; CROWELL MD; KALVERAM KT; ENCK P
      NUTRIENT INGESTION INCREASES RECTAL SENSITIVITY IN HUMANS

      Physiology & behavior
    38. MUSIAL F; CROWELL MD
      EFFECT OF RECTAL DISTENSION AND FEEDING ON CECAL TONE IN PIGS

      Physiology & behavior
    39. ORR WC; LIN B; CROWELL MD
      INTERNAL ANAL-SPHINCTER CHANGES ASSOCIATED WITH BIOFEEDBACK TREATMENTOF FECAL INCONTINENCE (FI)

      Gastroenterology
    40. CROWELL MD; MUSIAL F; ORR WC
      VECTOR VOLUME PROFILES OF THE ANAL SPHINCTERS - RELIABILITY AND VALIDITY OF A NEW TOOL

      Gastroenterology
    41. MUSIAL F; CROWELL MD; LUBKE HJ; KALVERAM KT; ENCK P
      NUTRIENT INGESTION INCREASES RECTAL SENSITIVITY IN HUMANS

      Gastroenterology
    42. MUSIAL F; CROWELL MD; ENCK P
      EFFECTS OF LONG-TERM RECTAL DISTENSION ON RECTAL TONE

      Gastroenterology
    43. WHITEHEAD WE; CROWELL MD; DAVIDOFF A; CHESKIN L; SCHUSTER MM
      PAIN THRESHOLD AND MUSCLE TONE ARE LOWER IN SIGMOID COLON THAN IN RECTUM

      Gastroenterology
    44. WHITEHEAD WE; CROWELL MD; DAVIDOFF A; CHESKIN L; SCHUSTER MM
      IS SEXUAL ABUSE ASSOCIATED WITH LOWER THRESHOLDS FOR PAIN DUE TO BALLOON DISTENSION OF THE RECTUM

      Gastroenterology
    45. KOLLMANNSPERGER P; MUSIAL F; MUELLER J; CROWELL MD
      MENTAL STRESS AFFECTS RECTAL TONE, ANORECTAL MOTILITY AND AUTONOMIC FUNCTION IN PATIENTS WITH THE IRRITABLE-BOWEL-SYNDROME

      Gastroenterology
    46. MUSIAL A; MUSIAL F; CROWELL MD
      COMPARISON OF STEPWISE VOLUME AND PRESSURE DISTENSION FOR THE DETERMINATION OF SENSORY THRESHOLDS AND COMPLIANCE IN THE RECTUM

      Gastroenterology
    47. MUELLER J; MUSIAL F; KOLLMANNSPERGER P; CROWELL MD
      EFFECTS OF DISTENSION DURATION ON VISCERAL SENSORY THRESHOLDS

      Gastroenterology
    48. CROWELL MD; CHESKIN LJ; MUSIAL F
      PREVALENCE OF GASTROINTESTINAL SYMPTOMS IN OBESE AND NORMAL-WEIGHT BINGE EATERS

      The American journal of gastroenterology
    49. CROWELL MD; DUBIN NH; ROBINSON JC; CHESKIN LJ; SCHUSTER MM; HELLER BR; WHITEHEAD WE
      FUNCTIONAL BOWEL DISORDERS IN WOMEN WITH DYSMENORRHEA

      The American journal of gastroenterology
    50. CROWELL MD; MUSIAL F; FRENCH AW
      EATING LOWERS DEFECATION THRESHOLD IN PIGS THROUGH CHOLINERGIC PATHWAYS

      Physiology & behavior
    51. CHAMI TN; WHITEHEAD WE; BENNETT C; CROWELL MD; CHESKIN LJ
      THE OPIOID ANTAGONIST NALMEFENE GLUCURONIDE ACCELERATES COLONIC TRANSIT IN CONSTIPATION-PREDOMINANT IRRITABLE-BOWEL-SYNDROME (IBS-C)

      Gastroenterology
    52. CROWELL MD; BASSOTTI G; CHESKIN LJ; CHAMI TN; BETTI C; MORELLI A; SCHUSTER MM; WHITEHEAD WE
      COLONIC HIGH AMPLITUDE PROPAGATED CONTRACTIONS IN IRRITABLE-BOWEL-SYNDROME

      Gastroenterology
    53. ENCK P; MUSIAL F; CROWELL MD
      IMPRESSION AND IMPRINTING - VISUAL, OLFACTORY, GLUTEAL

      Gastroenterology
    54. FLESCH S; SCHUMACHER B; ENCK P; ALLESCHER HD; CROWELL MD; LUBKE HJ
      NEEDLES AND PINS - ACUPUNCTURE FOR VISCERAL PAIN

      Gastroenterology
    55. MUSIAL F; ENCK P; CROWELL MD; KALDE S; KOLLMANNSPERGER P; MULLER J; KALVERAM KT
      THE POSTPRANDIAL INCREASE IN CUTANEOUS HEAT PAIN THRESHOLD IS MEDIATED BY THE CALORIC LOAD OF THE MEAL

      Gastroenterology
    56. WHITEHEAD WE; CROWELL MD; SHONE D; DAVIDOFF A; CHESKIN LC; SCHUSTER MM
      SENSITIVITY TO RECTAL DISTENSION - VALIDATION OF A MEASUREMENT SYSTEM

      Gastroenterology


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