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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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This report provides information on the therapeutic development for Inflammatory Bowel Disease, complete with latest updates, and special features on late-stage and discontinued projects.
Many factors that may lead to thrombosis are available in inflammatory bowel diseases and these factors are summarized in Table 1 (14).
1) The constellation of 4 signs that strongly suggests the fat halo sign representing a normal variant, as opposed to inflammatory bowel disease, includes increased prevalence in the collapsed state, decreased prevalence with distension of the bowel lumen either by gravity or gas, disappearance of the fat halo sign with additional distension, and a thin calibre of the fatty layer.
The investigators conducted a case-control study that used information extracted from the University of Manitoba Inflammatory Bowel Disease Epidemiological Database, which contains information on every IBD patient diagnosed in the province since 1984.
A 4-year-old 4-kg sexually intact male Yorkshire Terrier was referred to the Veterinary Medicine Teaching Hospital of the Complutense University of Madrid for a re-evaluation of inflammatory bowel disease.
an assistant professor of medicine at the Meyerhoff Inflammatory Bowel Disease Center.
Szigethy, a pediatric psychiatrist at the University of Pittsburgh who is also in the university medical center's inflammatory bowel disease program, said in an interview.
Earlier this year, NACC launched a campaign across the country for more specialised Inflammatory Bowel Disease Nurses who support patients with both conditions.
In inflammatory bowel disease, due to concurrent chronic inflammation, absorption of iron is variable.
SAN FRANCISCO -- The use of aspirin and other NSAIDs appears to be associated with an increased risk of relapse in patients with inflammatory bowel disease, Dr.
A NEW report which claims there is no evidence that MMR is linked with autism or inflammatory bowel disease today failed to end the controversy over the vaccine.
IRISH scientists have discovered a possible link between autism, measles and inflammatory bowel disease in children.

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