The postoperative recurrence of crohn's disease: An analysis of 37 patients with crohn's disease who underwent endoscopy during initial surgery View Full Text


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DATE

1992-07

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Sumitaka Arima, Shigeaki Yoshimura, Kitaro Futami, Tsuneyoshi Yao

ABSTRACT

A total 37 patients with Crohn's disease who underwent intraoperative endoscopy during resection of the affected intestine were evaluated in this study. The average age of the patients at surgery was 23.2 years. The residual lesions in the remaining intestine identified by intraoperative endoscopy were classified according to their pathologic profiles into three groups: A, B and C. In group A, comprising patients with longitudinal ulcers and/or a cobblestone appearance, 10 of 12 patients had recurrence. In 5 of these 10, the residual lesions were exacerbated and 2 required a further operation. The remaining 5 patients showed recurrence at the site of previous anastomosis and 2 of these 5 required additional surgery.In group B, comprising patients with small ulcers, aphthoid ulcers, or scars, and group C, comprising patients with no residual lesions, recurrence was observed in 13 of 16, and 3 of 9 patients, respectively. The recurrent lesions were all found proximal to, or at the site of previous anastomosis. Additional operations were performed on 3 of the group B patients. The findings of this study revealed that recurrence requiring additional surgery is more frequent at the site of anastomosis, regardless of the endoscopic appearance of the residual lesions. More... »

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346-350

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  • 1981-06. Crohn's ileitis and ileocolitis in DIGESTIVE DISEASES AND SCIENCES
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