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High prevalence of celiac disease in psoriasis

American Journal of Gastroenterology volume 98, pages 25742575 (2003) | Download Citation

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    • V Ojetti
    • , J Aguilar Sanchez
    • , C Guerriero
    • , B Fossati
    • , R Capizzi
    • , C De Simone
    • , A Migneco
    • , P Amerio
    • , G Gasbarrini
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