Talk:Intestinal pseudoobstruction

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I think IND may be a subset (one of the causes) of CIPO. (see Neuronal dysplasia: A controversial pathological correlate of intestinal pseudo-obstruction) 01:12, 31 January 2007 (UTC)


Linzess the trade name in the US for Linaclotide which is mentioned and referenced in the treatment section has received FDA approval. It's listed as not yet having it and this section should be edited perhaps with the edition of a new link about the FDA approval? I'm a Wikipedia newbie and am unsure of how to word this unless it's added into the first list of drugs? Anyone have thoughts or willing to edit this?

--TzipiTzipora (talk) 17:35, 15 October 2014 (UTC)