Crohn's disease is most frequently found in the terminal section of the small intestine, however in half of the cases, the disease affects both the small and large bowel. Pathological changes limited exclusively to the large bowel can be seen in approximately 25% of cases. We also have to remember that among patients operated on for indeterminate colitis, in almost 40% of cases the diagnosis of Crohn's disease (CD) is made postoperatively . Despite the fact that Crohn's disease affects mostly the small bowel, there is a high risk of large-bowel involvement.
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