New global map of Crohn's disease: Genetic, environmental, and socioeconomic correlations.

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Seventy-five years after the initial characterization of Crohn's disease (CD), much remains obscure about its etiology. The authors sought to evaluate the incidence trends of the last 25 years worldwide, and the existence of potential correlations with genetic, environmental, and socioeconomic factors that could be etiologically implicated in the… (More)

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@article{Economou2008NewGM, title={New global map of Crohn's disease: Genetic, environmental, and socioeconomic correlations.}, author={Michael S Economou and Georgios Pappas}, journal={Inflammatory bowel diseases}, year={2008}, volume={14 5}, pages={709-20} }