J L Outeda

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Fifteen patients suffering from inflamatory diseases of the colon (14 nonspecific ulcerous recto colitis and 1 Crohn disease) were complicated with involvement of large joints and spine (ankylosing spondelytis). The clinic, radiology, pathology, seriology and evolution of ankylosing spondylitis were considered in relation-ship with inflamatory disease of(More)
The esophageal response studied in the systemic illness has been developed clearly in the body of the esophagus as well as in the lower esophageal sphincter, showing important alterations in the peristalsis and a significant fall of lower esophageal sphincter pressure, proving conditions such as those in which gastro-esophageal reflux is produced. The(More)
A case of much less frequent association of the pyoderma gangrenosum and granulomatous disease of the colon (Crohn's disease of the colon) is presented. A literature review is made about the association of the same with other gastrointestinal affections. It is brought up to date the possible atiopathogenical mechanisms and therapeutical effects.
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