Endosonographic differentiation of mucosal and transmural nonspecific inflammatory bowel disease.

@article{Hildebrandt1992EndosonographicDO,
  title={Endosonographic differentiation of mucosal and transmural nonspecific inflammatory bowel disease.},
  author={Ulrich . Oprac. Hildebrandt and J{\"o}rg Kraus and Karl Wilhelm Ecker and Th. -O. Schmid and G. Sch{\"u}der and Gernot Feifel},
  journal={Endoscopy},
  year={1992},
  volume={24 Suppl 1},
  pages={
          359-63
        }
}
Thirty-seven patients with nonspecific inflammatory bowel disease were examined with an ultrasonic colonoscope and the inflammation classified as mucosal or transmural. Mucosal inflammation was characterized by preservation of the five-layer structure of the wall with thickening of the submucosa. Transmural inflammation was endosonographically defined as sectional interruption or loss of the five-layer structure. In 14 of the 37 patients a colectomy was performed. Examination of 3 of the 14… CONTINUE READING
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