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A role for changes in microvascular blood flow at an intestinal suture line in the pathogenesis of recurrent anastomotic Crohn's disease

Osborne, M; Lewis, A; Winslet, M; Wakefield, A; (1995) A role for changes in microvascular blood flow at an intestinal suture line in the pathogenesis of recurrent anastomotic Crohn's disease. In: Rague, JM and deOcaBurguete, J, (eds.) FIFTH CONGRESS OF THE EUROPEAN COUNCIL FOR COLOPROCTOLOGY (ECCP). (pp. 13 - 15). MONDUZZI EDITORE

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Type:Proceedings paper
Title:A role for changes in microvascular blood flow at an intestinal suture line in the pathogenesis of recurrent anastomotic Crohn's disease
Event:5th Congress of the European-Council-for-Coloproctology (ECCP)
Location:BARCELONA, SPAIN
Dates:1995-06-14 - 1995-06-17
UCL classification:UCL > School of Life and Medical Sciences > Faculty of Medical Sciences > Surgery and Interventional Science (Division of)

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