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Irish Journal of Medical Science

, Volume 153, Issue 6, pp 214–220 | Cite as

Crohn’s disease in london in the latter half of the nineteenth century

  • J. F. Fielding
Article

Summary

Between at least 31 and 56 patients with Crohn’s disease were seen in the London teaching hospitals in the latter half of the last century. The disease is not, as has been suggested, a ‘new’ disease of this century.

Keywords

Ulcerative Colitis Large Intestine Typhoid Fever Megacolon Sigmoid Flexure 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • J. F. Fielding
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  1. 1.Department of Medicine and GastroenterologyThe Charitable InfirmaryDublin 1

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