Ileocecal Anastomosis Type Significantly Influences Long-Term Functional Status, Quality of Life, and Healthcare Utilization in Postoperative Crohn's Disease Patients Independent of Inflammation Recurrence

Mahesh Gajendran, Anthony J. Bauer, Bettina M. Buchholz, Andrew R. Watson, Ioannis E. Koutroubakis, Jana G. Hashash, Claudia Ramos-Rivers, Nilesh Shah, Kenneth K. Lee, Ruy J. Cruz, Miguel Regueiro, Brian Zuckerbraun, Marc Schwartz, Jason Swoger, Arthur Barrie, Janet Harrison, Douglas J. Hartman, Javier Salgado, William M. Rivers, Benjamin ClickAlyce M. Anderson, Chandraprakash Umapathy, Dmitriy Babichenko, Michael A. Dunn, David G. Binion

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