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    Crohns Disease

Endoscopes gives now better images with higher resolution than even a few years ago. Just click on any of the images below to get a magnification, suitable for power point presentations and publishing purposes.


Oesophageal Crohns disease


A small but significant finding - a small aphthous lesion in the terminal ileum indicating Crohns disease


Crohns disease in the ileum


Crohns disease in the ileum


Severe ileocaecal Crohns disease


Crohns disease: Stenotic ileocaecal valvula


Crohns disease: Recurrent disease at the anastomose after an ileocaecal resection


Very small rectal aphthous lesions in a patient with Crohns disease in the colon


Very small rectal aphthous lesions in a patient with Crohns disease in the colon


Small aphthous lesions in the sigmoid colon of a patient with Crohns disease


An aphthous ulcer in the colon indicating Crohns disease


Aphtous ulcers caused by Crohns disease in the colon


Aphthous and somewhat larger lesions in the descending colon of a patient with Crohns disease


Aphthous and somewhat larger lesions in the descending colon of a patient with Crohns disease


Severe Crohns disease in the sigmoid colon


Severe Crohns disease in the sigmoid colon


Severe Crohns disease in the sigmoid colon


Mucosal scars in the descending colon caused by a now inactive Crohns disease


Mucosal scars in the descending colon caused by a now inactive Crohns disease


Mucosal scars in the descending colon caused by a now inactive Crohns disease


Crohns disease in the rectum


Rectal ulceration caused by Crohns disease


Rectal ulceration caused by Crohns disease


Rectal ulceration caused by Crohns disease


Rectal ulceration caused by Crohns disease


Ulceration at the anastomose after an ileocaecal resection, caused by Crohns disease


Ulceration at the anastomose after an ileocaecal resection, caused by Crohns disease - quite a common finding

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