Sankari, Mohamad; Pitchumoni, C. S.; Johnson, David A.; Cattau Jr., Edward L.
February 1993
American Journal of Gastroenterology;Feb1993, Vol. 88 Issue 2, p317
Academic Journal
Comments on a research about the presymptomatic stage of solitary rectal ulcer by J. J. Tjandra and colleagues published in a 1992 issue of "Dis Colon Rectum." Role of rectal prolapse in the development of solitary rectal ulcer; Reason for the symptomatic condition of a patient of solitary rectal ulcer after therapy; Recommendation for the evaluation of the solitary rectal ulcer syndrome.


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