Useful information

Signs of Crohn's disease


It is a chronic inflammatory disease of the intestinal tract, which is primarily caused by inflammation of the small and thick muscles, but can touch any part of the gut from the mouth to the end.

Signs of Crohn's diseaseAbout Crohn's Disease Symptoms and Treatment dr. Krisztina Sбrdi, a gastroenterologist, was consulted by the Buda Allergy Center.

What causes it?

The exact cause of its development is an unknown, complex etiology. Genetic and immunological factors, environmental factors, and certain microbiological differences play a role in the development.

What are the Symptoms to Think About?

Symptoms of Crohn's disease may be milder or more severe. Its course is usually wavy, dormant phases and periods of flare-ups are interchangeable.Whether or not the following symptoms occur: - diarrhea
- abdominal pain, preferably in the lower abdomen
- fever, hot-raised
- fatigue
- weight loss
- upset disorder
- Fistulae, dyspepsiaThe symptoms of the gastrointestinal tract may also be indicative of:
- medical illnesses,
- eye inflammation,
- dermatological diseases,
- bile and kidney stones
- liver disease

Examination procedure

In addition to a blood test, abdominal ultrasound requires an endoscopic and other well-designed examination for accurate diagnosis. Thickness screening involves the use of a flexible tool for the examination of the entire thickness and the last section of the small, and also for sampling for the in vitro examination. A CT or MR examination can diagnose the extent of the disease, the presence of deficiencies, and the presence of fistulae with a small contrast medium.

The treatment

Crohn's disease is a chronic, lifelong disease that requires regular gastroenterological care. First of all, medication and dietary considerations are needed to reduce inflammation and to ensure that symptoms are asymptomatic. In some cases, surgical intervention is inevitable.
  • Why are Crohn's Disease Children Growing Up?
  • Crohn's patients have between 15 and 20 percent children
  • What is the risk of Crohn's disease?