DiscoverCAG PodcastEpisode 25: Surgical Drainage of Perianal Fistulas Prior to Initiating Anti-TNF Therapy is Associated with Lower Rates of Fecal Diversion - Dr. Colin Rumbolt, University of Manitoba
Episode 25: Surgical Drainage of Perianal Fistulas Prior to Initiating Anti-TNF Therapy is Associated with Lower Rates of Fecal Diversion - Dr. Colin Rumbolt, University of Manitoba

Episode 25: Surgical Drainage of Perianal Fistulas Prior to Initiating Anti-TNF Therapy is Associated with Lower Rates of Fecal Diversion - Dr. Colin Rumbolt, University of Manitoba

Update: 2019-12-02
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In this episode Dr. Rumbolt will discuss how Surgical Drainage of Perianal Fistulas Prior to Initiating Anti-TNF Therapy is Associated with Lower Rates of Fecal Diversion.

For the complete abstract visit JCAG the online Journal of the Canadian Association of Gastroenterology 2019 Volume 2, Issue Supplement_2, 15 March 2019, Page 309 https://academic.oup.com/jcag/issue/2/Supplement_2

This episode was recorded during the 2019 Gastroenterology Residents-in-Training (GRIT) Program in Banff, Alberta.
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Episode 25: Surgical Drainage of Perianal Fistulas Prior to Initiating Anti-TNF Therapy is Associated with Lower Rates of Fecal Diversion - Dr. Colin Rumbolt, University of Manitoba

Episode 25: Surgical Drainage of Perianal Fistulas Prior to Initiating Anti-TNF Therapy is Associated with Lower Rates of Fecal Diversion - Dr. Colin Rumbolt, University of Manitoba

Canadian Association of Gastroenterology - Dr. Colin Rumbolt, University of Manitoba