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colonoscopy preformed. entire mucosa of colon and terminal ileum is normal, but found ulcer in terminal ileum and ascending colon. no inflammation found, crohn's? ulcerative colitis? infection? what do you think, in your opinion

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Dr. Heidi Fowler
25 years experience Psychiatry
Second opinions.: I am sorry but as I stated to your earlier posting, the volunteer doctors on this portion of HealthTap who answer questions from the public have been directed not to provide diagnoses, second opinions or treatment recommendations. Second opinions put us in a bind.
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