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P160 SERUM ALBUMIN WEEK 6/WEEK 0 RATIO AFTER ANTI-TNF BEST PREDICTS BOTH SHORT- AND LONG-TERM CLINICAL OUTCOMES IN ANTI-TNF-NAïVE ULCERATIVE COLITIS PATIENTS

Lee, Sun-Ho

Inflammatory bowel diseases volume 24 issue S1 page S59 -- Oxford University Press

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Inflammatory bowel diseases. Volume 24 (2018) Supplement 1; pp S59-S60 -- Oxford University Press

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P048 HISTORY OF CYTOMEGALOVIRUS COLITIS IS ASSOCIATED WITH POOR LONG-TERM OUTCOMES IN ADALIMUMAB THERAPY IN KOREAN PATIENTS WITH ULCERATIVE COLITIS: A HOSPITAL-BASED COHORT STUDY

Oh, Eun Hye

Inflammatory bowel diseases volume 24 issue S1 page S17 -- Oxford University Press

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Tu1823 – Therapeutic Drug Monitoring-Based Optimization Should Be Applied in Combination with Endoscopic/Radiologic Evaluation in Patients with Crohn's Disease on Infliximab Maintenance Therapy

Oh, Eun Hye et al.

Gastroenterology: official journal of the American Gastroenterologic Association. Volume 156:Issue 6 (2019) Supplement 1; pp S-1138- -- Elsevier Science

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Tu1824 – Trough Levels of Infliximab Better Correlate with Combined Mucosal and Transmural Healing Than Clinical Remission in Korean Patients with Crohn's Disease on Infliximab Maintenance Therapy

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Gastroenterology: official journal of the American Gastroenterologic Association. Volume 156:Issue 6 (2019) Supplement 1; pp S-1138-S-1139 -- Elsevier Science

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