Microscopic Colitis

Pardi, Darrell S.
May 2003
Mayo Clinic Proceedings;May2003, Vol. 78 Issue 5, p614
Academic Journal
Provides information on microscopic colitis, a term used to describe a group of patients with chronic diarrhea, normal findings on endoscopy, and barium enema, and inflammation on colonic biopsy. Main subtypes; Association of microscopic colitis with abdominal pain and mild weight loss; Treatment.


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