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  title={Social and demographic characteristics, features of disease course and treatment options of inflammatory bowel disease in Russia: results of two multicenter studies},
  author={E. A. Belousova and Diana Abdulganieva and O. P. Alexeeva and S. A. Alexeenko and A. Yu. Baranovsky and E. Yu. Valuyskikh and A. O. Golovenko and O. V. Golovenko and T. N. Zhigalova and Oleg V. Knyazev and A. V. Kulyapin and A. V. Lakhin and Maria A. Livzan and T. G. Lubyanskaya and N. N. Nikolaeva and N. V. Nikitina and Irina V. Nikulina and Marina F. Osipenko and V. V. Pavlenko and Asfold I. Parfenov and Y. E. Rogachikov and I. O. Svetlova and A. V. Tkachev and E. I. Tkachenko and I. L. Khalif and E. Yu. Chashkova and O. B. Shchukina and N. S. Yazenok and Anatoly A. Yakovlev},
  journal={Almanac of Clinical Medicine},
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