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Gastroent Hepatol 2019; 73(5): 378–386. doi:10.14735/amgh2019378.

Czech Society of Gastroenterology guidelines for capsule endoscopy

Ilja Tachecí1, Štěpán Suchánek2, Pavel Drastich3, Přemysl Falt4, Michal Voška2, Tomáš Douda5, Ondřej Urban6,7, Jan Bureš1, Miroslav Zavoral2, Marcela Kopáčová1

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