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June 2008 - Volume 103 - Issue 6
pp: 1327-1584

DEBATE: Should HGD or Degree of Villous Change in Colon Polyps Be Reported?: PRO


DEBATE: PRO: Should HGD or Degree of Villous Changes in Colon Polyps Be Reported?: CON


DEBATE: Should HGD or Degree of Villous Change in Colon Polyps Be Reported?: A BALANCING VIEW


DEBATE: Should HGD or Degree of Villous Change in Colon Polyps Be Reported?: METHODOLOGY


DEBATE: Should HGD or Degree of Villous Change in Colon Polyps Be Reported?: A LOOK BACK



ESOPHAGUS


Editorial


ENDOSCOPY


LIVER AND BILIARY TRACT


INFLAMMATORY BOWEL DISEASE


FUNCTIONAL GI DISORDER


COLON/SMALL BOWEL


Screening of 214 Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms in 44 Candidate Cancer Susceptibility Genes: A Case–Control Study on Gastric and Colorectal Cancers in the Japanese Population

Ikeda, Shinobu; Sasazuki, Shizuka; Natsukawa, Syusuke; More

American Journal of Gastroenterology. 103(6):1476-1487, June 2008.

Comparison of an Established Simple Office-Based Immunological FOBT With Fecal Tumor Pyruvate Kinase Type M2 (M2-PK) for Colorectal Cancer Screening: Prospective Multicenter Study

Shastri, Yogesh M.; Loitsch, Stefan; Hoepffner, Nicolas; More

American Journal of Gastroenterology. 103(6):1496-1504, June 2008.

PATHOLOGY


PEDIATRICS





Combined Use of Factor XIII and Endoscopic Balloon Dilatation in a Patient With Crohn's Disease, Duodenal Stenosis, and Associated Internal Fistulas: The Efficacy of Coagulation Factor XIII for the Internal Fistulas

Kamata, Noriko; Oshitani, Nobuhide; Suekane, Takehisa; More

American Journal of Gastroenterology. 103(6):1573-1574, June 2008.


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