inflammatory bowel disease


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inflammatory bowel disease

[in‚flam·ə‚tȯr·ē ′bau̇l diz‚ēz]
(medicine)
A general term for two closely related conditions, ulcerative colitis and regional enteritis or Crohn's disease.
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Leading organisations in Inflammatory Bowel Disease research include:
Patients diagnosed with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) on the basis of clinical history, physical examination, endoscopic and histopathology findings from age 6 months to 15 years from either gender were enrolled in this study.
org/article/S1542-3565(16)00047-1/fulltext) recent large study where we observed 2,007 people living with inflammatory bowel disease over nine years, we found a strong association between symptoms of depression or anxiety and disease activity over time.
Normal response to vaccines in inflammatory bowel disease patients treated with thiopurines.
Inflammatory Bowel Disease - Pipeline Review, H2 2014
Fertility and pregnancy in the patient with inflammatory bowel disease.
Mortality by medication use among patients with inflammatory bowel disease, 1996-2003.
Although the reasons for this rise are not clear, the reality is that medical practitioners and parents alike need to be better informed about how inflammatory bowel disease may present in a young person, and the myriad repercussions that such a diagnosis may have.
When the team transplanted these cells into mice with a form of inflammatory bowel disease, within three hours the stem cells had attached to the damaged areas of the mouse intestine and integrated with the gut cells, contributing to the repair of the damaged tissue.
Brain vein thrombosis is observed rarely in children with inflammatory bowel disease, but its early diagnosis and treatment constitute an urgent condition in terms of decreasing the morbidity and mortality rates (6).
A snapshot of the global therapeutic scenario for Inflammatory Bowel Disease.
Study leader Professor Eugene Chang, from the University of Chicago, said: "This is the first plausible mechanism showing step-by-step how Westernstyle diets contribute to the rapid and ongoing increase in the incidence of inflammatory bowel disease.

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