Original Article

Role of the Surgeon in the Treatment of Chronic Ulcerative Colitis

Authors: JAMES E. THOMPSON M.D.

Abstract

The management of chronic ulcerative colitis, though successful by a medical regimen in many instances, often requires surgical intervention for permanent control or to save life. The author outlines the indications for surgical attack and the technics most appropriate.

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