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Assessment of stool color in Clostridioides difficile infection: A pilot study

  • Hiroshi Sugimoto (a1), Kuniyoshi Hayashi (a2), Keitaro Furukawa (a1) and Nobuyoshi Mori (a1)
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Author for correspondence: Hiroshi Sugimoto, Email: dr.sugimoto@gmail.com

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Assessment of stool color in Clostridioides difficile infection: A pilot study

  • Hiroshi Sugimoto (a1), Kuniyoshi Hayashi (a2), Keitaro Furukawa (a1) and Nobuyoshi Mori (a1)

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