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  • 1 Stanley Medical College Hospital Department of Medical Gastroenterology Chennai 600 001 India
  • 2 Stanley Medical College Hospital Department of Pathology Chennai Tamilnadu India
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The association between inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and obstetric and gynaecological issues such as fertility, pregnancy, influence of drug therapy and fistulae is well known [1]. Also recently Pap smear abnormality has been documented among IBD patients [2].

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