Inflammatory bowel disease: a clinical approach
This is a revised and expanded edition of Inflammatory Bowel Disease: A Personal View, (1985). The book is a distillation of the author's experience with this group of serious disorders during almost a half-century as a clinical investigator and clinician at Mount Sinai Hospital. It presents up-to-date research on diagnosis, testing, medications, and surgical treatment of IBD.
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Theories of Etiology and Their Therapeutic Implications
Modes of Clinical Presentation
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