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Finger clubbing and regional enteritis
  1. J. F. Fielding,
  2. W. T. Cooke


    Finger clubbing was present in 105 of 181 (58%) patients. It was related to the activity but not to the site of the disease and disappeared two to three months after the disease became quiescent.

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