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Rumination Syndrome Resources


Alioto, A., Yacob, D., Yardley, H.L., & Di Lorenzo, C. (2015). Inpatient treatment of rumination syndrome: Outcomes and lessons learned. Clinical Practice in Pediatric Psychology. 3(4), 304-313.

Rachuba, K. & Alioto, A. (2015). Treatment of Adolescent Rumination Syndrome: The Role of the Pediatric Dietitian. Building Block for Life. 38(4), 10-13.

Schroedl R, Di Lorenzo C, Alioto A. Adolescent Rumination Syndrome. Pediatric Annals. 43:4, 2014.

Mousa H, Montgomery M, Alioto A. Adolescent Rumination Syndrome. Current Gastroenterology Reports. 16:398, 2014.

Khan S, Hyman PE, Di Lorenzo C.  Rumination syndrome in adolescents. J Pediatr 136: 528-31, 2000.

Fernandez S, Aspirot A, Kerzner B, Friedlander J, Di Lorenzo C.  Do Some Adolescents with Rumination Syndrome Have "Supragastric Vomiting"?. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr 50:103-5, 2010.

Green AD, Alioto A, Mousa H, Di Lorenzo C. Severe pediatric rumination syndrome: successful interdisciplinary inpatient management. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr. 52:414-8, 2011.

Schroedl RL, Alioto A, Di Lorenzo C. Behavioral treatment for adolescent rumination syndrome: A case report. Clinical Practice in Pediatric Psychology. 1:89-93, 2013.

Book Chapters

Alioto A, Di Lorenzo, C., Parzanese, M. Interdisciplinary intervention in adolescents with rumination syndrome. In: Martin C, Dovey, T., editor. Pediatric Gastrointestinal Disorders: A Psychosocial Perspective. London: Radcliffe Publishing, 2014, 151-69.

Alioto A, Di Lorenzo C. Adolescent rumination syndrome. In: Pediatric Neurogastroenterology: Gastrointestinal motility and functional GI disorders. Faure C, Di Lorenzo C, Thapar N, eds. Springer Science, New York, 2013, 405-412.

For more information about Functional GI Disorders, we recommend visiting the web site of the International Foundation for Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders (IFFGD). The site provides excellent scientific information about all functional GI disorders, including Adolescent Rumination Syndrome. 

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