The Course and Prognosis of Idiopathic Distal Proctocolitis

  • A. Munro
Conference paper

Abstract

The outlook for patients with idiopathic distal proctocolitis is generally thought to be much better than for patients with more extensive ulcerative colitis. Although many studies have reported on the outcome of patients with ulcerative colitis, relatively few have concentrated on the less severe problems of the patient with distal disease.

Keywords

Barium Dine Crest Proctitis Sulphasalazine 

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