Twenty-five cases of Crohn's disease (regional enteritis) of the large intestine are described and illustrated. The clinical and pathological criteria for this diagnosis are discussed with emphasis on the distinction from ulcerative colitis. Suggestions are made regarding the surgical treatment of these patients.
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