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patients with familial adenomatous polyposis followed in an endoscopic surveillance program
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necrosis factos antibodies in Crohn disease: A European multicenter trial Gastroenterology
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5. Ingrosso M. és mtsai.: Laparoscopically assisted total enteroscopy: a new approach to small
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7. Pennazio M. és mtsai.: Enteroscopic identification of an adenocarcinoma of the small bowel
in a patient with previously unrecognized hereditary nonpolyposis coloractal cancer syndrome
Am. J. Gastroentrol. 94:1962-6
8. Zaman A. és mtsai.: Total peroral intraoperative enteroscopy for obscure GI bleeding using a
dedicated push enteroscope: diagnostic yield and patient outcome Gastrointest. Endosc.
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