Tag Archives: Crohn’s disease
Upper gastrointestinal study with Gastrografin (Bracco Diagnostic Inc, Monroe Township, NJ) revealed irregularity of the distal antrum in the prepyloric region and marked narrowing of the pylorus, duodenal bulb, and postbulbar duodenum (arrow).

Gastric Crohn’s Disease: A Rare Cause of Intermittent Abdominal Pain and Vomiting

Crohn’s disease is a chronic idiopathic inflammatory disease that may involve any part of the gastrointestinal tract from the mouth to the anus. It most commonly affects the terminal ileum and cecum, and less commonly is isolated to the colon. Crohn’s disease involving the stomach or duodenum is uncommon and described in only 0.5% to 4% of […]

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Computed tomography scan of abdomen. A, Retroperitoneal abscess involving the iliopsoas (arrows) containing free air (arrowhead) was observed in the axial plane. B, Retroperitoneal abscess involving the iliopsoas (arrows) was observed in the sagittal plane.

Back Pain After Sudden Onset of Abdominal Pain in Crohn’s Disease Patient

In November 2014, a 33-year-old man presented to the Chiba University Hospital with a sudden onset of right lower abdominal pain spreading to the right lower back, developing 10 hours after gross bleeding. He had been receiving anti-tumor necrosis factor therapy for 10 years for mild to moderate Crohn’s disease with no fever. On examination, […]

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