Crohn's Disease and Ulcerative Colitis

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Robinson, 2003 - Crohn's disease - 246 pages

This book is packed with information, illustrations, self-help strategies, a glossary of terms and an index of resource materials, to empower sufferers of this often taboo and seldom talked about subject. It covers the basic functions of the normal gastrointestinal system, patients' symptoms and the extensive complications that occur in the course of inflammatory bowel disease (as Crohn's and colitis are collectively known) plus the implications for children with IBD. Fully up-to-date on the latest research, treatments and drugs, it represents the most comprehensive single-volume source of information today.

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Fred Saibil, MD

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