Cronkhite–Canada syndrome six decades on: the many faces of an enigmatic disease.

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Cronkhite–Canada syndrome is a rare gastro-enterocolopathy of uncertain aetiology first described almost 60 years ago. It is characterised by diffuse gastrointestinal polyposis sparing only the oesophagus, ectodermal abnormalities and an unpredictable but often fatal clinical course. The disease may demonstrate extremely diverse clinical and endoscopic… (More)

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@article{Slavik2014CronkhiteCanadaSS, title={Cronkhite–Canada syndrome six decades on: the many faces of an enigmatic disease.}, author={Tomas Slavik and Elizabeth Anne Montgomery}, journal={Journal of clinical pathology}, year={2014}, volume={67 10}, pages={891-7} }