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Rapid fecal calprotectin testing to assess for endoscopic disease activity in inflammatory bowel disease: A diagnostic cohort study

Kwapisz Lukasz, Mosli Mahmoud, Chande Nilesh, Yan Brian, Beaton Melanie, Micsko Jessica, Mennill Pauline W, Barnett William, Bax Kevin, Ponich Terry, Howard John, Tirolese Anthony, Lannigan Robert, Gregor James

Year : 2015| Volume: 21| Issue : 6 | Page no: 360-366

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