Regional enteritis in children: Small bowel disease with normal terminal ileum
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Regional enteritis in children may affect the small bowel without involvement of the terminal ileum. We have noted this distribution of disease in 4 of 20 consecutive cases of Crohn's disease. The clinical and radiologic features of these 4 patients are reported together with a review of similar observations in the literature.
Key WordsCrohn's disease Ileum, terminal Regional enteritis
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