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Revista Archivo Médico de Camagüey

versión On-line ISSN 1025-0255

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CERVANTES-PELAEZ, Dayan et al. Behavior of the inflammatory diseases of the intestine in Camagüey's provincial Colon-proctology service. AMC [online]. 2021, vol.25, n.4, e8000.  Epub 01-Ago-2021. ISSN 1025-0255.

Background:

the inflammatory disease of the intestine defines like an inflammatory chronic affectation of the alimentary canal of unknown etiology that evolves of recurrent mode with sprouts and remissions and can present various complications and extra digestive manifestations.

Objective:

to describe the behavior of the inflammatory diseases of the intestine in Provincial Colon-proctology Service of the Teaching Hospital Manuel Ascunce Domenech.

Methods:

a descriptive cross-sectional study was carried out from April, 2016 to April, 2018. The universe of study was constituted for the 100 patients diagnosed by endoscopy’s studies and biopsy of inflammatory disease of the intestine in the aforementioned service. The investigation's primary source was given for a fill-out form designed by the authors.

Results:

the patients diagnosed of ulcerous colitis occupied the first place with a predominance of age diagnosis between 30-39 years old, almost half of the studied patients presented familiar background of intestinal inflammatory disease, the distal localization showed the most frequent for the ulcerative idiopathic colitis, while for Crohn the most frequent localization was perinea localization with just a case; the clinical intestinal manifestation more frequent corresponded to the diarrheas.

Conclusions:

the ulcerative colitis turned out to be more frequent than the disease of Crohn and then unspecified colitis with an age diagnosis between 30-39 years old; and with predominance of first-rate family record of the disease; in the ulcerative colitis prevailed the location distal and in the Crohn it was perineal being the diarrhea the most frequent symptom in both.

Palabras clave : INFLAMMATORY BOWEL DISEASES; COLORECTAL SURGERY; CROHN DISEASE; COLITIS, ULCERATIVE, DIARRHEA..

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