ADA4500-2 input clamps and absolute maximum current

I plan to use ADA4500-2 with +5V single supply in a 4-resistor difference amplifier configuration with 100 kOhm resistors (and small feedback caps to ensure stability). It looks fine in LTspice. In this application there is the possibility of occasional transient common-mode overload on the input side of the 100 kOhm input resistors. The absolute maximum ratings table for ADA4500-2 says "Input Voltage rating (V−) − 0.2 V to (V+) + 0.2 V". The value 0.2V is rather unusually low. Is there indeed a clamp diode to V+ and V- supllies for each input? Have you got an I-V curve for that so I can see what current that 0.2 V corresponds to? Or can the absolute maximum be stated in terms of a current into the clamp diodes? Basically, I would like to understand what voltage may be tolerated on my 100 kOhm input resistors without damage to the ADA4500-2.

Thank you...