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Assa, A.; Amitai, M.; Greer, M.-L.; Castro, D.; Cytter Kuint, R.; Martínez-León, M.; Herman-Sucharska, I.; Coppenrath, E.; Anupindi, S.; Towbin, A.; Moote, D.; Konen, O.; Pratt, L.-T.; Grifitths, A.; Turner, D. (2017): Perianal pediatric Crohn's disease is associated with a distinct phenotype and greater inflammatory burden. In: Journal of Crohns & Colitis, Vol. 11: S60-S60
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