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Year Number of Results
1944 1
1945 21
1946 92
1947 92
1948 95
1949 57
1950 10
1951 176
1952 318
1953 487
1954 551
1955 576
1956 572
1957 539
1958 510
1959 615
1960 647
1961 717
1962 404
1963 14
1964 44
1965 1025
1966 1756
1967 1898
1968 2024
1969 1994
1970 1956
1971 1993
1972 2028
1973 1876
1974 2099
1975 2028
1976 2218
1977 2127
1978 2243
1979 2280
1980 2296
1981 2222
1982 2331
1983 2559
1984 2592
1985 2781
1986 2825
1987 3012
1988 3308
1989 3385
1990 3424
1991 3281
1992 3248
1993 3401
1994 3701
1995 3733
1996 4000
1997 3976
1998 4261
1999 4317
2000 4523
2001 4785
2002 4955
2003 5087
2004 5297
2005 5964
2006 6218
2007 6559
2008 6989
2009 7301
2010 7595
2011 8000
2012 8319
2013 8742
2014 9292
2015 9238
2016 8521
2017 8392
2018 7885
2019 4005
2020 78
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Retrograde Gastric Intussusception
Koç U and Karakaş P. Balkan Med J 2017. PMID 28418349 Free PMC article.
[Ileal stenosis]
Treton X, et al. Gastroenterol Clin Biol 2007 - Review. PMID 17483775 French. Free article.
A rare complication of Crohn disease: Duodenocolic fistula
Bora G, et al. Turk J Gastroenterol 2017. PMID 29086721 Free article.
Crohn disease (CD) is a chronic inflammatory disease that may be observed in random areas of gastrointestinal tract. Fistula formation is common during the course of CD, whereas duodenocolic fistulas are very rare. ...
Crohn disease (CD) is a chronic inflammatory disease that may be observed in random areas of gastrointestinal tract. Fistula formatio …
Relationship between infectious gastroenteritis and irritable bowel syndrome
Kanazawa M and Fukudo S. Clin J Gastroenterol 2014 - Review. PMID 26183503
Recent studies suggest that transient or chronic gastrointestinal inflammation may play a role in IBS pathogenesis. PI-IBS can be regarded as a natural experiment model in which an insult in the form of an infective disease impacts on subjects with underlying genetic and psychosocial predispositions who then develop IBS. ...Further studies on PI-IBS are needed to understand the pathophysiology of functional gastrointestinal disorders and to develop new promising management for such patients....
Recent studies suggest that transient or chronic gastrointestinal inflammation may play a role in IBS pathogenesis. PI-IBS can be reg …
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