Cigarette smoking-an independent risk factor for colon polyps?

Joseph, Pramod; Jayadevan, Rajeev; Kokkat, Ajit; Ricci, Mario; Kiyici, Nejat; Norkus, Edward; Nayak, Tanaya; Hertan, Hilary I
September 2003
American Journal of Gastroenterology;Sep2003 Supplement, Vol. 98, pS118
Academic Journal
An abstract of the article "Cigarette Smoking-An Independent Risk Factor for Colon Polyps," by Pramod Joseph, Rajeev Jayadevan, Ajit Kokkat, Mario Ricci, Nejat Kiyici, Edward Norkus, Tanaya Nayak, and Hilary I. Hertan is presented.


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