P591 The clinical features and prognosis of Crohn's disease: A Korean multicenter nationwide cohort study

@inproceedings{Ye2014P591TC,
  title={P591 The clinical features and prognosis of Crohn's disease: A Korean multicenter nationwide cohort study},
  author={Byong Duk Ye and Dong Soo Han and Eun Ja Youn and Jong Hun Lee and Jae Hee Cheon and Hyun Soo Kim and Yeong Hoon Kim and You Sun Kim and Sung Ae Jung and Kang Moon Lee and Chang Kyun Lee and Soo-kyung Park and Geom Seog Seo and Joo Sung Kim and Jong Pil Im and Chang Hwan Choi and Dong Il Park and Byung Ik Jang and Jae Myung Cha and Kyu Chan Huh and Jong Wook Kim and Ha Jong Song and Yong Moon Park and Hyo Joon Jang and Sang Hoon Jung and Sung Won Jung and Gwang Ho Baik and Ja Seol Koo and J.-O. Kim and Tae Ok Kim and Geun Am Song and Yun E Joo and Sung Jae Shin and Soon Man Yoon and Yoon Tae Jeen and Suk-Kyun Yang and Hansoo Kim and Won Seog Kim},
  year={2014}
}

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