International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 1, Issue 10, Part P (2015)
Study of inflammatory bowel disease
Aim: observations at the laboratory bench will continue to be translated into enhanced diagnostic and therapeutic strategies in the clinic Material and Method: Local causes of haemorrhoids and fissure will be excluded. History of all patients will be noted. All routine examinations will be done. Specific investigations will be done like stool–examination, colonoscopy and barium study wherever necessary and economically possible. Results: Out of 42, 27 were found to be cases of inflammatory bowel disease. Ulcerative colitis – 10 cases, Infective colitis – 5 cases, Non-specific colitis – 12 cases. Conclusion: Colonoscopy is a useful tool in the diagnosis of IBD. Biopsy is considered to be gold standard of diagnosis of colitis. Non-specific colitis is 3rd most common cause in surgery OPD after haemorrhoids and malignancy and ulcerative colitis is 4th in the list. There was a single case on colonoscopy which was suggestive of Crohn’s colitis but the biopsy came out to be non-specific colitis. So crohn’s colitis is a very entity in our region.
How to cite this article:
Dr. Revindra M Yadhav, Dr. Ram Kulkarni, Dr. Prakesh Patnkar. Study of inflammatory bowel disease. Int J Appl Res 2015;1(10):1096-1098.