Local Leucocyte Mobilization in Crohn’s Disease

  • J. H. Wandall
  • Vibeke Binder
Part of the Developments in Gastroenterology book series (DIGA, volume 1)


Non-caseating epithelioid cell granulomas and Langhans’ type giant cells are a predominant and distinguishing factor of the local inflammatory reaction of CD.


Migration Tuberculosis Paraffin Tetrazolium Sarcoidosis 


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  • J. H. Wandall
  • Vibeke Binder

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