PMID: 14314912Aug 21, 1965Paper

SIGNIFICANCE OF A FLAT SMALL-INTESTINAL MUCOSA

British Medical Journal
W HINDLE, B CREAMER

Abstract

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References

Jan 14, 1956·Lancet·M SHINER
Jul 1, 1958·Annals of Internal Medicine·R H MAILMAN
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Apr 1, 1964·The American Journal of Digestive Diseases·G ASTALDIE STROSSELLI

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Oct 1, 1977·Irish Journal of Medical Science·F M Stevens, H T Hitchcock
Jul 7, 1984·Lancet·J G DouglasG K Crompton
Dec 15, 1966·The New England Journal of Medicine·L A Katz, H M Spiro
May 4, 1967·The New England Journal of Medicine·T M BaylessT R Hendrix
Oct 1, 1966·Archives of Disease in Childhood·A B Arthur
Apr 2, 1966·British Medical Journal·C A Loehry, B Creamer
Aug 21, 1965·British Medical Journal·W HINDLE, B CREAMER
Sep 23, 1967·British Medical Journal·R I Russell
Jul 28, 1973·British Medical Journal·P E Jones, M H Gleeson
Oct 3, 1970·British Medical Journal·C C Booth
Sep 1, 1970·Gut·R E BarryA E Read
Nov 1, 1971·Gut·J Marks, S Shuster
Dec 1, 1966·Gut·B Creamer
Oct 19, 2006·Thorax·J F LudvigssonS M Montgomery
Jan 22, 2011·Alimentary Pharmacology & Therapeutics·J F LudvigssonJ Wahlström
Jun 1, 1967·The American Journal of Medicine·O D HarrisJ A Waterhouse
Apr 1, 1973·The Australasian Journal of Dermatology·N MadanagopalanA S Thambiah
Sep 1, 1968·Clinical Pediatrics·B McNicholl, B Egan
Jul 1, 1969·The Journal of Pathology·G C CookF D Lee
Jan 1, 1974·Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene·G C Cook
Oct 1, 1966·Scottish Medical Journal·R H GirdwoodP W Kershaw
Aug 1, 1968·Scottish Medical Journal·J D MaxwellE Calder
Nov 5, 1966·Lancet·T J ThomsonV Miller
Apr 29, 1967·Lancet·S Shuster

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