Abscess formation crohn's disease

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Avatar m tn Fistula formation is a complication of Crohn's disease. Your CT report says that you have a fistula. Recurrence can be prevented by taking appropriate medications. ================================================================ The information provided is for patients’ education only and is not a medical advice. Always consult your personal physician for complete evaluation of your health problem. - Ratnakar Kini M.
Avatar n tn I have recently had a colonoscopy with the following report (three samples were taken for biopsy) 1) Biopsies, Ileocecal Value -Microscopic colitis without cryptitis or crypt abscess formation 2) Biopsies, Sigmond at 40cm: -Microscopic colitis with single focus of cryptitis, no crypt abscess formation 2) Biopsies, Rectosigmond at 10-15cm: -Chronic colitis without cryptitis or crypt abscess formation Comments: There is no evidence of crypt abscess formation in any of the specimens.
Avatar f tn I was diagnosed with crohn's disease many years ago and have had a recent MRI which I don't quite understand. The findings state: "Status post partial ileocolectomy. Narrowing, wall thickening, and mucosal hyper enhancement involving about 4.3 cm of distal ileum, consistent with active crohns disease, with possible stricture. Mucosal hyper enhancement extends distally to anastomosis and proximal to involve 5.5 more cm to distal ileum. There is 1.
Avatar f tn There are not architectural abnormalities and the patchiness of this process suggests a resolving self-limiting process, however, Crohn's disease cannot be excluded, but is not favored. no granulomas are identified. Architectural abnormalities classic of idiopathic inflammatory bowel disease are not identified.I am also concerned about his liver MRI: Ultrasound showed a 1.3 cm hyperechoic lesion with possibilities of hemangioma or focal fatty deposition.
Avatar n tn The exception for surgery is in the presence of Crohn's disease. In these cases, medical therapy should then be considered first. I am not aware of a role for chronic antibiotics in the prevention of anal abscesses. Prompt drainage and appropriate surgery are the mainstays of treatment. Treatment options should be discussed with a colorectal surgeon. A second opinion can be sought if the symptoms continue. Followup with your personal physician is essential.
Avatar n tn boils are often caused by infected hair folicals. Bacteria from infection form an abscess or pocket of pus. The abscess can become larger than a ping pong ball. Boils occur in areas where there is hair chafting. the face, neck, armpit, breast, groin, and buttocks are common sites.....then it goes on to treatment with cloth. doesn't mention any serious outcomes like surgery.
Avatar n tn Also, i got bit by a deer tick, but i dont think it was on long enough for lyme disease to be a factor. i work outside in the heat for 9 hours a day, and swim as well. I live in a swimsuit on the weekends and i'm always sweaty from exercising-what do you girls think? thanks!