Kenji Suenaga

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Key Words Crohn's disease · Percutaneous abscess drainage · Dye injection · Indigo carmine · Enteric fistula Abstract Abdominal and pelvic abscesses occur in approximately 10–30% of Crohn's disease patients during the course of the disease; most of these abscesses have an enteric communication. For this condition, percutaneous abscess drainage (PAD) rather(More)
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