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National Differences In Colon Inflammation
What is the difference between dysentery and gastroenteritis? Is the distinction made based on the fact that inflammation in dysentery tends to be in colon as opposed to stomach and small intestine?
Inflammation is the body's attempt at self-protection; the aim being to remove harmful stimuli, including damaged cells, irritants, or pathogens - and begin the healing process. Inflammation is part of the complex biological response of vascular tissues to harmful stimuli, such as pathogens, ...Read more
Colitis: Inflammation of the colon may be caused by infection or autoimmune diseases like ulcerative colitis or crohn's disease. The latter two conditions are more chronic and the infectious causes tend to be more temporary and may completely clear up without permanent damage after successful treatment. ...Read more
Many reasons: Inflammation is a generic term for irritation. There are many things that can cause colon inflammation such as infection, diseases like Crohns, and many other things (some common , some rare) The reasons for your inflammation will require more investigating with a history, exam and perhaps more tests. Good luck and feel better! ...Read more
Context please: "nonspecific inflammation" takes on different significance if the biopsy was randomly procured from normal-looking mucosa in an asymptiomatic setting versus if the biopsy was taken from irritated colon lining in a patient in distress who may be at risk of infection, ischemia, inflammatory bowel disease. Need a little help please with more clinical information from you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Possibly: Long-standing colonic inflammation as seen in chronic ulcerative colitis and crohn's colitis can increase your risk for colon cancer and is a known risk factor for colon and rectal cancer. Patients with pancolits (involving the whole colon and rectum) should begin colonoscopic surveillance after 8 yrs of disease and left-sided colitis after 15 years. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Not long ago diagnosed with colitis/ colon inflammation, could uc or Crohn's flares last a month or longer?
UC/Crohn's : Ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease are inflammatory diseases which tend to be chronic. Certainly the flares can last for a month or longer, but we do have good medicines these days to get them under control. To treat this you need a gastroenterologist who treats these diseases regularly. It is important to follow their advice closely. Good luck. ...Read more
What could cause pain, inflammation, bloated colon, and constipation? How do I treat these symptoms?
Should i be worried about inflammation found inside my colon during colonoscopy? What can cause it? Doc said the biopsy came back normal?
Not now/depends,,,: At this point, unless you've got any positive signs of an inflammatory bowel condition, you should not worry excessively. Your biopsy was negative. Your mother having colon cancer should motivate you to take steps to take care of your health that way with a high fiber diet and check-ups like the colonoscopy that you did. Close follow up with your doctor also helps a lot. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Taking salofalk for more tha a year now for chronic inflammation of the colon as biopsy result but my ESR is always elevated.. Should i stop?
No check with yourGI: Yoy should not stop your salofalk, unless advised by your doctor.Elevated sed rate is not from the salofalk but from your underlying onflammation. ...Read more
If ESR is not accurate, then what lab test should I need for monitoring my inflammation in the colon?
How you feel: Take it from this pathologist -- the way you feel is probably a better guide than any lab. The labs done for inflammatory bowel disease are proliferating and folks still argue about them. An occasional CBC will pick up early anemia, and chemical profile alert may alert with a low Albumin or low serum iron / high tibc. But no lab will ever take the place of "how do you feel?" stay pro-active! ...Read more
I have been diagnosed with a tight stricture of the distal sigmoid colon, due to Chron's disease - biopsy showed severe inflammation. What next?
My 3 yr old has chronic inactive stomach inflammation & acute patchy cryptitis of the colon. What could this be?????
My body is being attacked by inflammation my intestine my colon my spleen my pancreas my spine and my hip what could this be?
Doctor found a polyp in my bowel, I'm 26 they took it out. No Colon CA in family? They didn't find any inflammation disease, how could I have this?
Any adenoma?: Sometimes there are normal findings identified at colonoscopy that can form a small bump resembling a polyp. These will often be removed to make sure they are not a precancerous polyp. If the pathology report does not mention an adenoma or hyperplastic polyp, it may not be a true polyp at all. You can follow up with your doctor regarding the results of the biopsy. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Friend had colonoscopy no cancer, polyps, no inflammation just multiple diverticula on sigmoid. Still needs to see surgeon to cut piece of colon why?
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