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Eosinophilic ileitis with perforation caused by Angiostrongylus costaricensis.
The long-standing course of disease (5), extensive colitis with severe inflammation (1,6,7), young age at diagnosis (8), the concomitant diagnosis of primary sclerosing cholangitis (PSC) (9), positive family history of CRC (10), and the presence of pseudopolyps and pancolitis with backwash ileitis (11) are some of the reported risk factors for developing CRC in patients with UC.
Participants rated eight ileitis using a scale of 1 = strongly disagree to 5 = strongly agree.
It was first described by Burrill Bernard Crohn and two colleagues, Leon Ginzburg and Gordon Oppenheimer, in 1932 and named regional enteritis or terminal ileitis (1).
(3) Cases of ileal perforations with associated enteric ileitis, trauma, etc., have been reported in the literature.
In a study performed with 409 patients who had bowel resection or ostomy due to colorectal cancer, ileitis or colitis; higher depression and decline in social activity was found in patients who had ostomy during the preoperative and postoperative periods when compared to patients who had bowel resection due to the same diagnosis.
Acute ileitis with ulceration and perforation due to paratyphoid fever: report of eighty-five cases.
CBD does not modify intestinal motility in control animals, but can inhibit the hypermotility associated to experimental ileitis in mice (37).
For this study, TNFAARE mice with CD-like ileitis and associated arthritis were used.
The LIR!C study group has recently demonstrated that laparoscopic ileocecal resection is a safe alternative to infliximab in the case of a localised (<40 cm) inflammatory terminal ileitis after the failure of the conventional therapy [65].