Metastatic Cutaneous Crohn's Disease: A Case Report.
Abstract :Crohn disease is a chronic granulomatous inflammatory bowel disorder involving any segment of the gastrointestinal tract. Besides gastrointestinal menifestations, Crohn disease may also present with extraintestinal involvement, mucocutaneous being the most frequent (22-44%). Most common site of cutenous involvement include the areas which are contiguous with the gastrointestinal tract ie perianal, peristomal and perifistular inflammatory lesions. Presence of sterile, noncaseating, granulomatous lesions of the skin at sites ...
Publication ( Name of Journal)
Journal of Pioneering Medical Sciences.
(2016). Metastatic Cutaneous Crohn's Disease: A Case Report.. Journal of Pioneering Medical Sciences., 6(2).
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