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Gastroent Hepatol 2016; 70(6): 523–538. doi:10.14735/amgh2016csgh.info19.

Czech Society of Gastroenterology guidelines for diagnostic and therapeutic colonoscopy

Přemysl Falt1, Ondřej Urban2,3, Štěpán Suchánek4, Jiří Cyrany5,6, Martin Bortlík7,8,9, Petr Vítek10,11, Jan Martínek12,13, Gabriela Vojtěchová14, Tomáš Grega14, Ivana Mikoviny Kajzrlíková15, Petr Pěnčík16, Ilja Tachecí17, Otakar Jiravský18, Petr Fojtík16, Martin Liberda19, Martin Kliment20, Radek Kroupa21, Petr Opletal22, Vladimír Kojecký23, Robert Procházka24, Jan Bureš17, Marcela Kopáčová17, Milan Lukáš7, Vít Šmajstrla16, Julius Špičák12, Tomáš Vaňásek25, Miroslav Zavoral4

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