enteric disease

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enteric disease

P019. Determinism of enteric glial reactivity in Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Enteric hyperoxaluria: an important cause of end-stage kidney disease

Trends in Enteric Disease as a Cause of Death in the United States, 1989–1996

Use of exclusive enteral nutrition in paediatric Crohn's disease in The Netherlands

Development of Parkinson’s disease-related pathology in the enteric and central nervous systems

Malnutrition as an enteric infectious disease with long-term effects on child development

Response pattern recognition in paediatric Crohn's disease patients treated with enteral nutrition

P109 - Factors associated with failing of enteral nutrition in treatment of active paediatric Crohn's disease

P079 Effect of enteral nutrition on dendritic cell phenotype in children with Crohn's disease

P128 - Enteral nutrition versus corticosteroids in paediatric patients with Crohn's disease

P341 Steroids may reduce the benefit of exclusive enteral feeding in paediatric Crohn's disease

P538 Duration of remission with exclusive enteral nutrition in Crohn's disease

P607 Prescription of enteral nutrition in paediatric Crohn's disease in Spain; the present survey

Outbreaks of Enteric Disease Associated with Animal Contact: Not Just a Foodborne Problem Anymore

P-101: Steroids may reduce the benefit of exclusive enteral diet in Crohn’s disease

P335. Screening for enteric infection in inflammatory bowel disease patients contacting the IBD helpline and presenting with disease flares

Overview of the Impact of Epidemic-Assistance Investigations of Foodborne and Other Enteric Disease Outbreaks, 1946–2005

A Randomized Controlled Trial of Interventions to Promote Adjustment in Children With Congenital Heart Disease Entering School and Their Families


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Disease of the gastrointestinal, i.e., enteric system, usually infections or inflammation, e.g., Escherichia coli, Shigella, and Salmonella infection of the gastrointestinal tract.

Subjects: Public Health and Epidemiology.

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