Sa467 THE MODIFIED MULTIPLIER SES-CD (MM-SES-CD) PERFORMS BETTER THAN THE SES-CD FOR PREDICTION OF ENDOSCOPIC REMISSION IN CROHN'S DISEASE
Gastroenterology, May 2021
Neeraj Narula, Emily C. Wong, Jean Frederic Colombel, William J. Sandborn, John K. Marshall, Marco Daperno, Walter Reinisch, Parambir Dulai
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