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We read with interest the recent article on the London Classification of gastrointestinal neuromuscular pathology,1 drafted by a panel of pathologists and a few clinicians trying to bring some order to a complex and often mined field. While we agree on the need for a classification of the neuromuscular disorders of the gastrointestinal tract, and we endorse the increasing use of immunohistochemical methods (too often underemployed) in addition to the classic, standard H&E, we found such a classification somewhat ‘rigid’, and would like to add some personal comments on it.
First we feel that, in the …
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