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Crohn

(krōn), Avoid the misspelling Chron.
Burrill B., U.S. gastroenterologist, 1884-1983. See: Crohn disease.
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Immunologist Bill Paxton, who worked with Crohn at the Aaron Diamond AIDS Research Centre in New York, told SHOTS: "Steve was quite phenomenal.
An artist and editor, Crohn committed suicide in August.
12,18,20) Although Crohn disease typically affects the terminal ileum more often than the large bowel, cutaneous manifestations of Crohn disease appear to occur more often in patients who have involvement of the colon.
Metastatic Crohn disease presents microscopically as sterile, noncaseating granulomatous inflammation located primarily in the superficial papillary and deep reticular dermis with occasional extension into the subcuticular fat (Figures 2 through 5).
Thrombophilia in Crohn disease is probably due to inappropriate hemostasis with a hypercoagulable state, thrombocytosis, hyperfibrinogenemia, hyperhomocysteinemia and increased levels of lipoproteins, which probably play a role in local microcirculatory alterations leading to CD itself.
Successful treatment of severe gastrointestinal bleeding secondary to Crohn disease with recombinant factor VIIa.
Crohn learned about Delta 32 after he was enrolled in a 1994 Aaron Diamond AIDS Research Center study of a dozen HIV-exposed individuals who remained seronegative over long periods of time.
We reviewed 50 ileal partial resections from adult patients with indisputable diagnosis of Crohn disease examined during 1995-2000.
The sponsored walk forms part of the crewmembers yearlong fundraising activities for Crohns & Colitis UK which is the chosen charity for 2017 and follows last years fundraising success for Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland.
When Marjorie Pryce became an octogenarian she decided to raise money for people with Crohns, as it is a condition from which her daughter-in- law Carol Corby, from Nuneaton, suffers.
A snapshot of the global therapeutic scenario for Crohns Disease.
The Crohns Disease Therapeutics Market is Forecast to Show Modest Growth until 2017