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Crohn's disease of the stomach and duodenum
  1. J. F. Fielding,
  2. D. K. M. Toye,
  3. D. C. Beton,
  4. W. T. Cooke


    Clinical and radiological abnormalities in 12 patients with gastroduodenal involvement were encountered amongst 300 patients followed by one of us between 1944 and 1969. Symptoms of dyspepsia were relatively mild and obstructive symptoms when present were readily relieved by bypass surgery. The patients have been followed for a mean of 9·7 years (range 1-20); two have died of other causes but the remaining 10 are well.

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