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Dr Weimers and colleagues have drawn attention1 to the possibility that our recently published observation of an association between IBD and Parkinson’s disease (PD) in a nationwide Danish cohort study2 may reflect surveillance bias.
In a recently published Swedish cohort study, Dr Weimers and colleagues found that adjusting for number of healthcare visits during follow-up of patients with IBD attenuated the risk of developing PD markedly.3 They also found that the risk of future PD was …
Contributors MV conducted the analyses, TJ wrote the draft, all authors contributed to and accepted the final version of the letter.
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