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Absence of characteristic signs of Crohn’s colitis, such as segmental involvement, deep ulcerations, and fistula, and lack of a therapeutic response, made the formerly suspected diagnosis appear unlikely. Therefore, parasitological and bacteriological investigations were performed.

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