Recurrent Crohn's disease at ileocolic anastomosis.
Aphthoid ulcers are seen to affect the ‘neoterminal ileum' and the colonic mucosa adjacent to the ileocolic anastomosis in a patient who had had a previous extensive colonic resection for Crohn's disease. A tight stricture is also apparent at the site of anastomosis (arrow), in keeping with recurrent disease. The patient also has sacroiliitis. ti, terminal ileum; c, colon.
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