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Can microscopic ileitis in patients with clinically suspected inflammatory bowel disease predict the future?

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Title
Can microscopic ileitis in patients with clinically suspected inflammatory bowel disease predict the future?
Published in
BMC Gastroenterology, March 2020
DOI 10.1186/s12876-020-01207-0
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Authors

Fadi Abu Baker, Jesus Alonso Z’cruz De La Garza, Smadar Nafrin, Amir Mari, Muhammed Suki, Baruch Ovadia, Oren Gal, Yael Kopelamn

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#15,180,766
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#909
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#225,162
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