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The UNC division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology is committed to providing high quality, compassionate healthcare, advancing understanding of digestive and liver diseases, and training future clinicians and researchers. The Pouch Clinic has been created to serve anyone who has undergone surgical colectomy and ileo pouch – anal anastomosis for inflammatory bowel diseases or familial adenomatous polyposis. With over 1,100 pouch procedures performed over the years, UNC is a widely recognized center in the Southeastern US for this type of surgery.
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