Canadian Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology

Table of Contents: 1995

  • Canadian Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology -
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  • Volume 9
  • - Article ID 491264

Lessons in IBD Pathogenesis from New Animal Models of Spontaneous Colitis

R Balfour Sartor
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  • Volume 9
  • - Article ID 254254
  • - Brief Communication

Colonic Diaphragm Disease in a Patient Receiving Long Term Diclofenac Therapy

Alan A Weiss | David A Owen
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  • Volume 9
  • - Article ID 283251
  • - IBD - Critical Appraisal of Clinical Trials

Trends in Inflammatory Bowel Disease Therapy: A Meta-Analytic Approach

Gregory W Whiting | Joseph Lau | ... | Thomas C Chalmers
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  • - Article ID 810296

How to Appraise a Clinical Trial Critically

Lloyd R Sutherland
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  • - Article ID 696385

Finding the Right Index for Inflammatory Bowel Disease

E Jan Irvine
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  • Volume 9
  • - Article ID 653142

Special Problems Associated with Surgical Trials in Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Robin S McLeod
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  • Volume 9
  • - Article ID 239138
  • - Clinical Gastroenterology

A Profile of Patients on ASA or NSAIDs Hospitalized with Gastrointestinal Perforations

James D Bailey | Robert J Bailey | Richard N Fedorak
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  • Volume 9
  • - Article ID 358982
  • - Guidelines and Recommendations

Guidelines and Recommendations on the Prevention and Control of Hepatitis C

The Laboratory Centre for Disease Control
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  • Volume 9
  • - Article ID 523647
  • - Nutrition

Clinical Aspects of Trace Elements: Zinc in Human Nutrition – Zinc Requirements

Michelle M Pluhator | Alan BR Thomson | Richard N Fedorak
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  • Volume 9
  • - Article ID 243940
  • - Brief Communication

Atypical Manometric Abnormality of the Lower Esophageal Sphincter: A Procedure-Related, Stress-Induced Phenomenon?

Bhuvanendram Indrakrishnan | William G Paterson
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  • Volume 9
  • - Article ID 574142
  • - Brief Communication

Ileocolonic Schistosomiasis Resembling Crohn’s Disease

Geoffrey W Gardiner | Arthur Zalev | Ralph Warren
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  • Volume 9
  • - Article ID 149731
  • - Review

Helicobacter pylori: Beginning the Second Decade

Ann Matisko | ABR Thomson
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  • Volume 9
  • - Article ID 745794
  • - Nutrition

Clinical Aspects of Trace Elements: Zinc in Human Nutrition – Zinc Metabolism

Michelle M Pluhator | Alan BR Thomson | Richard N Fedorak
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  • Volume 9
  • - Article ID 847146
  • - Hepatology

Treatment of Fulminant Hepatic Failure – Is There Light at the End of the Tunnel?

KDE Kaita
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  • Volume 9
  • - Article ID 284725

Potential Human Models of Infammatory Bowel Disease

Stephen B Hanauer
Canadian Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology
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