Health-related quality of life improves during one year of medical and surgical treatment in a European population-based inception cohort of patients with Inflammatory Bowel Disease - An ECCO-EpiCom study

J. Burisch, P. Weimers, N. Pedersen, S. Cukovic-Cavka, B. Vucelic, I. Kaimakliotis, D. Duricova, M. Bortlik, O. Shonová, I. Vind, S. Avnstrøm, N. Thorsgaard, S. Krabbe, V. Andersen, J. F. Dahlerup, J. Kjeldsen, R. Salupere, J. Olsen, K. R. Nielsen, P. ManninenP. Collin, K. H. Katsanos, E. V. Tsianos, K. Ladefoged, L. Lakatos, G. Ragnarsson, E. Björnsson, Y. Bailey, C. O'Morain, D. Schwartz, S. Odes, D. Valpiani, M. C. Boni, L. Jonaitis, L. Kupcinskas, S. Turcan, L. Barros, F. Magro, D. Lazar, A. Goldis, I. Nikulina, E. Belousova, A. Fernandez, L. Sanroman, S. Almer, Y. Zhulina, J. Halfvarson, N. Arebi, T. Diggory, S. Sebastian, P. L. Lakatos, E. Langholz, P. Munkholm

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