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T.N. Kuz’mina

Moscow Clinical Research and Practical Centre, Moscow Health Department, Moscow

L.N. Kostyuchenko

Moscow Clinical Research and Practical Centre, Moscow Health Department, Moscow

O.A. Smirnova

Moscow Clinical Research and Practical Centre, Moscow Health Department, Moscow

A.V. Petrakov

Moscow Clinical Research and Practical Centre, Moscow Health Department, Moscow

S.Yu. Silvestrova

Moscow Clinical Research and Practical Centre, Moscow Health Department, Moscow

Optimization of nutritional correction for the management of the consequences of bowel resection performed in connection with the complicated course of Crohn’s disease

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T.N. Kuz’mina, L.N. Kostyuchenko, O.A. Smirnova, A.V. Petrakov, S.Yu. Silvestrova

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To cite this article:

Kuz’mina TN, Kostyuchenko LN, Smirnova OA, Petrakov AV, Silvestrova SYu. Optimization of nutritional correction for the management of the consequences of bowel resection performed in connection with the complicated course of Crohn’s disease. Russian Journal of Evidence-Based Gastroenterology. 2016;5(1):3‑8. (In Russ.)
https://doi.org/10.17116/dokgastro2016513-8

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