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Features compatible with Crohn’s disease were seen at colonoscopy, with “cobblestoning”, aphthous ulceration and non-caseating granulomas in the terminal ileum and ascending colon (fig 1). Behçet’s disease was excluded given the absence of pathergy and genital ulceration in this case.
The clinical presentation and features on skin biopsy suggest a diagnosis of Crohn’s disease-related, bowel-associated …
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