Baron score

Baron score

An endoscopic scoring system devised for ulcerative colitis, which has been used in clinical practice as the modified Baron score:
• Normal—normal mucosa; inactive disease.
• Mild—erythema; decreased vascular pattern.
• Moderate—marked erythema; loss of vascular pattern; mucosal friability.
• Severe—spontaneous bleeding; ulceration.
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Along the way, McCudden had some fascinating experiences: he flew for a time with fellow British ace, Arthur Rhys-David (25 kills); witnessed the demise of German ace Werner Voss; and saw the Red Baron score one of his 80 confirmed kills.
Clinical remission, the primary efficacy measure, was defined as a score of zero or one on the Ulcerative Colitis Clinical Score (UCCS) and a score of zero or one on the Modified Baron Score (MBS), and no blood in a patient's stool at the study's conclusion.