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Crohn's Disease: Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatments Document List

Summary: Our library below features 4 published articles, research papers, and documents from the Disabled World Crohn's Disease category. Although some of these documents may have since been updated, re-written, replaced, or revised, they are sorted by their original publish date. The most recent publications are listed at the top of the table with older articles being listed in descending order by the date they were created. You can also receive our latest communications as soon as they are released by subscribing to our Crohn's Disease RSS feed.

Crohn's Disease Publications

Risk of Surgery for Crohn's Disease Lower than Reported
Researchers dispute other study findings that show nearly two times greater incidence of surgery.
Publish Date: 2010-09-01 - Updated: 2018-03-16

Aspirin Increases Risk of Crohn's Disease
Regular use of aspirin increases risk of Crohns disease by 5 times.
Publish Date: 2010-05-04

Activity Index for Crohn's Disease
The equation utilizing eight selected variables is called the Crohns Disease Activity Index.
Publish Date: 2009-02-28 - Updated: 2010-06-27

Crohn's Disease Diet
The role of diet and nutrition is very significant for sufferers of Crohns disease.
Publish Date: 2009-02-28 - Updated: 2018-04-05

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