• Does Mucosal Healing Mean Transmural Healing in Children With Crohn’s Disease?

Does Mucosal Healing Mean Transmural Healing in Children With Crohn’s Disease?

 One-third of children with Crohn’s disease have healing in only the mucosa or the bowel wall (not both), researchers report in the July issue of Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology. Levels of fecal calprotectin below 300 μg/identify children with mucosal healing. In patients with CD, mucosal healing is associated with reduced risk of relapse,

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Gastroenterology Special Issue on Endoscopy

A special issue of Gastroenterology, Advances in Endoscopic Therapy, presents the latest advances in gastrointestinal endoscopy, including endoscopic images and videos. In their introductory article, Jacques J. Bergman and Patrick S. Yachimski explain that endoscopy is central to gastroenterology clinical practice and research, allowing examination of healthy and diseased tissue from the organ level, to the

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