oscopy can be helpful in
g out anatomical disorders (i.e. a polyp or <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>mass</span>
) that can lead to constipation.
r, more specialized, tests to consider would be colon
ic motility studies, anal sphin
cter manometry, or defecography - each which can help evaluate the
cause of the
Irritable bowel disease can also lead to this picture. As the
symptoms are constipation-predomin
ant, one can consider Zelnorm as possible treatment if this diagnosis is suspected.