Characteristics of Isolated Small Bowel Crohn’s Disease: A Comprehensive Comparison with Small Bowel and Colon Involved Crohn’s Disease
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Comments: The title is modified to “Characteristics of Isolated Small Bowel Crohn’s Disease: A Comprehensive Comparison with Small Bowel and Colon Involved Crohn’s Disease” to better suit the title with the manuscript.
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Comments: The Discussion illustrates the comparative retrospective study of the patients followed by the experimentation methods used in the study providing relevant literature. This further highlights the protective factors for surgery in small bowel involved Crohn’s Disease (CD) along with the limitations of the study. The Conclusion states that the isolated small-bowel CD can sometimes be misdiagnosed as abdominal pain and possibly without significant changes in laboratory results, and surgery may be mandatory if the symptoms persist.
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Comments: The study involves a comprehensive comparison of small bowel Crohn’s disease and colon involved Crohn’s disease. The research further statistically analyzes the results of the follow-up experiments with the different groups of the patients tested for Crohn’s disease.
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Corresponding AuthorMin Zhi
Guangdong Provincial Key Laboratory of Colorectal and Pelvic Floor Diseases, The Sixth Affiliated Hospital, Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou, P.R. China
Article TypeResearch Article
Publication historyReceived: Mon 19, Apr 2021
Accepted: Tue 04, May 2021
Published: Sat 29, May 2021
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