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A 30-year-old man is admitted to the hospital ...
Chron Disease🔍,📺
tags: Crohn 

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submitted by srahman95(1),

Chron's causes transmural inflammation that can potentially cause perforation (peritonitis and sepsis bc of spilled abdo contents). That would also explain the adhesions as a result of the damage. Additionally the damage occurred in the SI where only Chron's can cause damage in contrast to UC. Finally, the granuloma in the picture is hallmark of the "Chronulomas" of Chrons; UC causes crypt abscesses.