Idiopathic slow transit constipation is rare - but delayed passage of meconium is common in the constipation clinic
We hypothesise that constipated children would be more likely to come from a socially deprived background. We also hypothesise that a percentage of children with resistant constipation would have a congenital gut motility problem that might be recognised
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