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Topic of the Months

January 2015

Topic: Pancreatic fistulas: Clinical manifestations and diagnosis

December 2014

Topic: Liver transplantation in adults: Patient selection and pretransplantation evaluation.

November 2014

Topic: Lymphocytic and collagenous colitis (microscopic colitis): Clinical manifestations, diagnosis, and management.

October 2014

Topic: Biliary cysts.

September 2014

Topic: Medication-induced esophagitis.

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