Deutsch, Irvin; Brenner, A. J.; Susinno, Anthony M.; McMahon, John M.; Albot, Guy; Morganstein, Louis K.; Stanton, Arnold; Alper, Abe; Beasley, L. K.; Weiler, Reginald B.; Gilbert, Samuel M.; Lehman, Ernest; Immerman, Samuel L.; Billingsley Jr., Wm. K.
February 1957
American Journal of Gastroenterology;Feb1957, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p203
Academic Journal
Presents several abstracts of studies on gastroenterology. "Serial Biopsy in Ulcerative Colitis," by S. C. Truelove, A. R. Horler and W. C. D. Richards; "Chronic Granulomatous Ileitis and Jejunitis," by Ralph Colp; "Complications of Intestinal Intubation," by Robert Franco.


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