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  1. ... end of the small intestine (ileum), caused by Crohn disease. Crohn disease typically affects the small intestine, whereas ulcerative colitis ...
  2. The inflammation of Crohn disease is nearly always found in the ileocecal region. The ileocecal region consists of the last few inches of the ...
  3. Crohn disease, also called regional enteritis, is a chronic inflammation of the intestines which is usually confined to ...
  4. ... of colonic polyps, inflammatory bowel disease (such as Crohn disease or ulcerative colitis), and certain hereditary disorders.
  5. ... Inflammatory bowel disease falls under two main headings: Crohn's disease, which involves the entire GI tract, and ulcerative ...
  6. ... of the small intestine (regional ileitis, regional enteritis, Crohn's disease) Injuries Cancer Precancerous polyps
  7. Crohn disease is an inflammation of the intestines caused by immune response to an infection. The lining of ...