Crohn


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  • noun

Synonyms for Crohn

United States physician who specialized in diseases of the intestines

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Over the years Crohn watched as partners and friends died from the disease but he never got sick.
Scientists established that Crohn had a genetic mutation, carried by only 1% of the population, which made him resistant to HIV infection.
Metastatic Crohn disease is defined as granulomatous lesions of the skin occurring at sites separate from the gastrointestinal tract in patients affected with Crohn disease.
In the pediatric population, MCD typically presents from the ages of 10 to 14, with about 50% of these patients having concurrent Crohn disease.
The report by Girona et al, in the current issue of the Southern Medical Journal, provides a novel therapeutic approach to a patient with GI bleeding associated with Crohn disease.
These approaches include specific medical therapy for Crohn disease, vasopressin infusion, infliximab, endoscopic sclerotherapy, or angiographic intervention and surgery.
Crohn says he spent the 1980s waiting for his own demise.
Research by geneticist Stephen O'Brien has traced Crohn's Delta 32 mutation back hundreds of years to towns like Eyam, where the defensive genetic mutation held off the black death in much the same way it now protects Crohn from HIV.
A snapshot of the global therapeutic scenario for Crohns Disease.
A review of the Crohns Disease products under development by companies and universities/research institutes based on information derived from company and industry-specific sources.
Crohns Disease Pipeline Assessment and Market Forecasts to 2017 is an essential source of information and analysis on the global Crohns disease therapeutics market.
The Crohns Disease Therapeutics Market is Forecast to Show Modest Growth until 2017