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A patient presenting with abdominal pain radiating to the back

Chun J

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High grade anorectal stricture complicating Crohn's disease: endoscopic treatment using insulated-tip knife

Chon HK, Shin IS, Kim SW, Lee ST

Endoscopic treatments have emerged as an alternative to surgery, in the treatment of benign colorectal stricture. Unlike endoscopic balloon dilatation, there is limited data on endoscopic electrocautery incision therapy for...
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Chronic intractable diarrhea caused by gastrointestinal mastocytosis

Seo H, Park SH, Byeon JS, Woo CG, Hong SM, Chang K, So H, Kwak M, Kim WS, Lee JM, Yang DH, Kim KJ, Ye BD, Myung SJ, Yang SK

As mast cells have been highlighted in the pathogenesis of diarrhea-predominant irritable bowel syndrome, a new term "mastocytic enterocolitis" was suggested by Jakate and colleagues to describe an increase in...
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Characteristics and outcomes of endoscopically resected colorectal cancers that arose from sessile serrated adenomas and traditional serrated adenomas

Seo JY, Choi SH, Chun J, Lee C, Choi JM, Jin EH, Hwang SW, Im JP, Kim SG, Kim JS

BACKGROUND/AIMS: The efficacy and safety of endoscopic resection of colorectal cancer derived from sessile serrated adenomas or traditional serrated adenomas are still unknown. The aims of this study were to...
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Role of random biopsies in surveillance of dysplasia in ulcerative colitis patients with high risk of colorectal cancer

Bopanna S, Roy M, Das P, Dattagupta S, Sreenivas , Mouli VP, Kedia S, Dhingra R, Pradhan R, Kumar NS, Yadav DP, Makharia G, Ahuja V

BACKGROUND/AIMS: Recent data suggest that the incidence of ulcerative colitis (UC) related colorectal cancer (CRC) in India is similar to that of West. The optimum method for surveillance is still...
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Change in the diagnosis of inflammatory bowel disease: a hospital-based cohort study from Korea

Lee HS, Choe J, Lee HJ, Hwang SW, Park SH, Yang DH, Kim KJ, Ye BD, Byeon JS, Myung SJ, Yoon YS, Yu CS, Kim JH, Yang SK

BACKGROUND/AIMS: Accurately diagnosing inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) remains a challenge, but is crucial for providing proper management for affected patients. The aim of the present study was to evaluate the...
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A retrospective analysis of 20-year data of the surgical management of ulcerative colitis patients in Taiwan: a study of Taiwan Society of Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Lin CC, Wei SC, Lin BR, Tsai WS, Chen JS, Hsu TC, Lin WC, Huang TY, Chao TH, Lin HH, Wong JM, Lin JK

BACKGROUND/AIMS: With the recent progress in medical treatment, surgery still plays a necessary and important role in treating ulcerative colitis (UC) patients. In this study, we analyzed the surgical results...
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Quality of care in inflammatory bowel disease in Asia: the results of a multinational web-based survey in the 2nd Asian Organization of Crohn's and Colitis (AOCC) meeting in Seoul

Song HK, Lee KM, Jung SA, Hong SN, Han DS, Yang SK, IBD study group of Korean Association for the Study of Intestinal Diseases (KASID)

BACKGROUND/AIMS: The quality of care in inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) has not been systematically estimated. The aim of this study was to investigate the current status of quality of IBD...
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Treatment of inflammatory bowel disease in Asia: the results of a multinational web-based survey in the 2nd Asian Organization of Crohn's and Colitis (AOCC) meeting in Seoul

Nakase H, Keum B, Ye BD, Park SJ, Koo HS, Eun CS

BACKGROUND/AIMS: Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) management guidelines have been released from Western countries, but no adequate data on the application of these guidelines in Asian countries and no surveys on...
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Diagnosis of inflammatory bowel disease in Asia: the results of a multinational web-based survey in the 2nd Asian Organization for Crohn's and Colitis (AOCC) meeting in Seoul

Kim ES, Chen M, Lee J, Lee CK, Kim YS

BACKGROUND/AIMS: As the number of Asian patients with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) has increased recently, there is a growing need to improve IBD care in this region. This study is...
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Differences in the public medical insurance systems for inflammatory bowel disease treatment in Asian countries

Wei SC

BACKGROUND/AIMS: The cost of caring for patients with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is high. Without government support, the cost burden will unavoidably rest on the patients and their family. However,...
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The role of small bowel endoscopy in small bowel Crohn's disease: when and how?

Kim M, Jang HJ

Endoscopy has a crucial role in the diagnosis, management, and surveillance of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). It contributes in supporting the diagnosis of IBD with the clinical history, physical examination,...
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Histological inflammation increases the risk of colorectal neoplasia in ulcerative colitis: a systematic review

Colman RJ, Rubin DT

BACKGROUND/AIMS: Ulcerative colitis (UC) patients are at greater risk for the development of colorectal neoplasia. Several individual studies have demonstrated associations between severity of histologic inflammation and colorectal neoplasia. However,...
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Results of the first survey for the current status of inflammatory bowel disease management in Asian countries

Kim JW

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