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World J Gastroenterol. Jun 14, 2011; 17(22): 2702-2707
Published online Jun 14, 2011. doi: 10.3748/wjg.v17.i22.2702
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Figure 1 Associations of the four major inflammatory extraintestinal manifestations in 169 of 480 Crohn’s disease patients.
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Figure 2 Cumulative probability of having a repetition of the same inflammatory extraintestinal manifestations.
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Figure 3 Distribution of inflammatory extraintestinal manifestations according to the Vienna classification in 169 Crohn’s disease patients.
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Figure 4 Severe lesions of erythema nodosum treated with infliximab.
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Figure 5 Pyoderma gangrenosum before, during and after treatment with infliximab.
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Figure 6 Aphthous ulcers in the buccal mucosa and on the tongue.
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Figure 7 Ankylosing spondylitis and uveitis in the same patient.
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Figure 8 ERCP showing sclerosing cholangitis and endoscopic view of carcinoma of the colon observed in the same patient.