Disease course and treatment outcomes of Crohn’s disease patients with early or late surgery
In a newly published Danish cohort study, medical student Melek-Zahra Sarikaya investigated treatment outcomes in patients with Crohn’s disease undergoing early or late surgery during the disease course. Results suggest patients resected early had a lower cumulative risk of re-operation. Let her elaborate in this MEDtalk.
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