Ron Lamport

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Crohn's disease and neutropenia unrelated to drug therapy is a rare association. We present a case of Crohn's disease associated with cyclic neutropenia. Our patient, observed over 10 yr, is unique due to the lack of recurrent bacterial infections or other associated sequelae of the neutropenic state. There was no consistent association between white blood(More)
Crohn's disease primarily affects the distal gastrointestinal tract, yet it is a systemic disease that can involve nearly any organ. A psoas abscess complicating Crohn's disease is uncommon and usually originates from a fistulous communication with an adherent bowel. Spinal epidural abscess, an extremely rare complication, also appears to arise by(More)
The EndoBarrier Delivery System is a unique product capable of reliably delivering an implant into the small intestine. Further improvements to the product can likely be made to facilitate tracking and improved navigation through the small bowel. This unique system and its related technology may have additional applications where access to the small bowel(More)
Diverticular disease is worldwide in distribution, but the incidence is highest in industrialised countries. It is associated with aging and low intake of dietary fibre. There is a broad range of clinical manifestations--from asymptomatic diverticula to life-threatening complications. Elderly patients often present with complicated diverticular disease, and(More)
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