Fast Five Quiz: Test Yourself on Crohn Disease

Jamie Shalkow, MD


March 13, 2017

The patient's clinical presentation is primarily determined by the location and extent of disease. Although any area of the GI system may be affected in patients with Crohn disease, the most common site of the chronic inflammatory process is the ileocecal region, followed by the small intestine alone (about 30%), the colon (about 20%), the stomach (rarely), and the mouth.The esophagus is rarely involved.

For more on the presentation of Crohn disease, read here.


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