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Conclusions Biofeedback is associated with significant improvement in the quality of life as well as possible improvements in symptoms related to both incontinence and evacuatory disorders. It is probably an underused service. Further larger prospective studies are required to assess the efficacy of biofeedback in pouch related dysfunction.doi:10.1136/gutjnl-2018-iddfabstracts.91 fatcat:l7btd3ejwvbidgwkkr6gtpbncq