Phenotypic and Genotypic Characterisation of Inflammatory Bowel Disease Presenting Before the Age of 2 years.

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OBJECTIVES Inflammatory bowel disease [IBD] presenting in early childhood is extremely rare. More recently, progress has been made to identify children with monogenic forms of IBD predominantly presenting very early in life. In this study, we describe the heterogeneous phenotypes and genotypes of patients with IBD presenting before the age of 2 years and… (More)
DOI: 10.1093/ecco-jcc/jjw118

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@article{Kammermeier2017PhenotypicAG, title={Phenotypic and Genotypic Characterisation of Inflammatory Bowel Disease Presenting Before the Age of 2 years.}, author={Jochen Kammermeier and Robert Dziubak and Matilde Pescarin and Suzanne Drury and Heather Godwin and Kate Reeve and Sibongile Chadokufa and Bonita Huggett and Sara Sider and Chela T James and Nikki Acton and Elena Cernat and Marco Gasparetto and Gabi Noble-Jamieson and Fevronia Kiparissi and Mamoun A Elawad and Phil L. Beales and Neil J Sebire and Kimberly C Gilmour and Holm H. Uhlig and Chiara Bacchelli and Neil Shah}, journal={Journal of Crohn's & colitis}, year={2017}, volume={11 1}, pages={60-69} }