Environmental risk factors in inflammatory bowel disease: a population-based case-control study in Asia-Pacific.

@article{Ng2015EnvironmentalRF,
  title={Environmental risk factors in inflammatory bowel disease: a population-based case-control study in Asia-Pacific.},
  author={Siew C Ng and Whitney Tang and Rupert W L Leong and Minhu Chen and Yanna Ko and Corrie Robert Studd and Ola Niewiadomski and S. Sheeba Joy Bell and Michael A Kamm and Hithanadura Janaka de Silva and Anuradhani Kasturiratne and Yasith Udara Senanayake and Choon Jin Ooi and K. L. Eddie Ling and David Ong and Khean Lee Goh and Ida Hilmi and Qin Ouyang and Yu-Fang Wang and Pinjin Hu and Zhenhua Zhu and Zhirong Zeng and Kaichun Wu and Xin Wang and Bing Xia and Jin Li and Pises Pisespongsa and Sathaporn Manatsathit and Satimai Aniwan and Marcellus Simadibrata and Murdani Abdullah and Steve W C Tsang and Tai Chiu Wong and Aric J Hui and Chung-mo Chow and Hon Ho Yu and Mo Fong Li and Ka Kei Ng and Jessica Y. L. Ching and Justin C. Y. Wu and Francis Ka-Leung Chan and Joseph J Y Sung},
  journal={Gut},
  year={2015},
  volume={64 7},
  pages={
          1063-71
        }
}
OBJECTIVE The rising incidence of inflammatory bowel disease in Asia supports the importance of environmental risk factors in disease aetiology. This prospective population-based case-control study in Asia-Pacific examined risk factors prior to patients developing IBD. DESIGN 442 incident cases (186 Crohn's disease (CD); 256 UC; 374 Asians) diagnosed between 2011 and 2013 from eight countries in Asia and Australia and 940 controls (frequency-matched by sex, age and geographical location; 789… CONTINUE READING
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