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My NEICE d dimer test came back high 2.3 high. She has a crohn disease. Does she need to see any specialist and who ?

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Dr. Patrick Kohlitz
Internal Medicine
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In brief: Nonspecific

A d-dimer is a nonspecific blood test that can be indicative of many things.
Sometimes it can be a clue pointing towards active inflammatory bowel disease. Inactive chrons disease can be managed by a general practitioner but if symptomatic disease is best managed by a gastroenterologist.

In brief: Nonspecific

A d-dimer is a nonspecific blood test that can be indicative of many things.
Sometimes it can be a clue pointing towards active inflammatory bowel disease. Inactive chrons disease can be managed by a general practitioner but if symptomatic disease is best managed by a gastroenterologist.
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