Traditional Chinese medicine understanding of ulcerative colitis
In recent years，the incidence of ulcerative colitis has been increasing both at home and abroad，therefore，more and more attention has been paid to its recognition and treatment. The pathogenesis of the disease is still unclear in modern medicine，we can discuss from the Chinese medical and hope to better understand ulcerative colitis.
Keywords: Ulcerative colitis; traditiona Chinese medical; Discuss
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