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1. Experimentelle Untersuchung biomechanischer Eigenschaften von Verankerungssystemen zur Rotatorenmanschetten-Rekonstruktion am Tuberculum majus des Humerus


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2. Multiple and Specific mRNA Processing Targets for the Major Human hnRNP Proteins▿ †

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3. Multiple and specific mRNA processing targets for the major human hnRNP proteins

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4. Penetrating or stricturing diseases are the major determinants of time to first and repeat resection surgery in Crohn's disease


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5. Appropriate maintenance treatment for Crohn's disease: results of a multidisciplinary international expert panel (EPACT II)


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6. Appropriate therapy for fistulizing and fibrostenotic Crohn's disease: results of a multidisciplinary international expert panel (EPACT II)


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7. Appropriateness of therapy for active Crohn's disease: results of a multidisciplinary international expert panel (EPACT II)


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8. Is there a relationship between information concerns of patients and adherence to therapy?: results from the Swiss IBD Cohort Study.


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9. Penetrating or stricturing diseases are the major determinants of time to first and repeat resection surgery in Crohn's disease


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10. Patients' information-seeking activity is associated with treatment compliance in inflammatory bowel disease patients


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