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Published in Gastroenterology

Journal Scan / Research · October 14, 2023

Patients With Crohn's Disease–Associated Anorectal Cancer Have a Poor Prognosis, With High Local Recurrence Rates

The American Journal of Gastroenterology


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The American Journal of Gastroenterology
Crohn's Disease-Associated Anorectal Cancer Has a Poor Prognosis With High Local Recurrence: A Subanalysis of the Nationwide Japanese Study
Am. J. Gastroenterol 2023 Sep 01;118(9)1626-1637, T Ogino, T Mizushima, M Fujii, Y Sekido, H Eguchi, R Nezu, H Ikeuchi, U Motoi, K Futami, K Okamoto, H Nagahara, K Watanabe, K Okabayashi, K Yamada, H Ohge, S Tanaka, Y Mizuuchi, Y Ohkita, Y Sato, H Ueno, T Kono, M Itabashi, H Kimura, K Hida, Y Kinugasa, K Takahashi, F Koyama, T Hanai, K Maeda, T Noake, Y Shimada, T Yamamoto, J Arakaki, K Mastuda, J Okuda, E Sunami, Y Akagi, K Kastumata, K Uehara, T Yamada, S Sasaki, S Ishihara, Y Ajioka, K Sugihara

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