rectum and colon with ulceration; cause unknown
■ Crohn's disease of the small bowel
Chronic inflammation of the bowel wall,
Small, soft to loose or watery, usually
(regional enteritis) or colon
typically involving the terminal ileum and/or
free of gross blood (enteritis) or with
less bleeding than ulcerative colitis
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