Our lower gastrointestinal (GI) (or anorectal) physiology unit, which is based at Scunthorpe hospital, provides outpatient clinics, investigations and treatment for patients suffering from benign problems such as incontinence, constipation, prolapse and irritable bowel syndrome.
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