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Distinct Disease Phenotype of Ulcerative Colitis in Patients With Coincident Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis: Evidence From a Large Retrospective Study With Matched Cohorts

Video Author: Friederike Cordes, et al
Published on: 11.14.2019
Associated with: Diseases of the Colon & Rectum. 62(12):1494-1504, December 2019

Patients who have ulcerative colitis with coincident primary sclerosing cholangitis develop a distinct disease course characterized by an earlier disease onset and lower disease activity, but more frequent extensive disease manifestation and higher risk for colorectal cancer.

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