Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Joseph B. Kirsner, Roy Gerrard Shorter
Williams & Wilkins, 1995 - Medical - 1034 pages
This text is intended to help provide the practical perspectiv= e practitioners need to manage patients suffering from inflammatory bowel disease. This fourth edition contains 11 new chapters and is illustrated with photographs and detailed line drawings.
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Historical Antecedents of Inflammatory
The Epidemiology of Idiopathic Inflammatory
Naturally Occurring and Experimental Models
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