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GIT Diarrhea Transmural inflammation

diarrhea transmural inflammation = Crohn's Disease
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That is a classic sign of Crohn's disease, and it can be used to differentiate from Ulcerative Colitis as well.
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yeah, because UC is only the inner lining. Thank you
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thanks for the information
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