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Patients of celiac disease with mild villous atrophy are clinically similar to those with moderate to severe atrophy



Patients of celiac disease with mild villous atrophy are clinically similar to those with moderate to severe atrophy



Indian Journal of Gastroenterology 32(6): 413-414




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Accession: 054893100

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PMID: 23264025

DOI: 10.1007/s12664-012-0291-0


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