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A. Birindelli, G. Tugnoli, D. Beghelli, A. Siciliani, A. Biscardi, C. Bertarelli, S. Selleri, R. Lombardi, S. Di Saverio. Emergency laparoscopic ileo-colic resection and primary intracorporeal anastomosis for Crohn’s acute ileitis with free perforation and faecal peritonitis: first ever reported laparoscopic treatmentSpringerPlus 2016; 5(1) doi: 10.1186/s40064-015-1619-x
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