ID 112133
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Inflammatory bowel disease in Tokushima prefecture : A report of questionnaire investigation
Author
Kunitomo, Kazufumi Tokushima Society for Colorectal Diseases|Tezuka Hospital
Seki, Hiromu
Ando, Michio
Ishii, Toshihiro
Uehara, Takehisa
Umemoto, Jun
Urakami, Yoshihito
Ohtsuka, Masafumi
Okamura, Seisuke
Kataoka, Koichi
Kimura, Naruaki
Sato, Koichi
Shunto, Joji
Sohnaka, Yasuhide
Terashima, Yoshiyasu
Miki, Susumu
Wada, Hisanori
Keywords
inflammatory bowel disease
ulcerative colitis
Crohn's disease
ischemic colitis
Content Type
Journal Article
Description
To investigate the number of cases and clinical features of inflammatory bowel disease, a questionnaire was sent to 1,271 hospitals or clinics in Tokushima prefecture. A total of 320 cases were collected from 60 institutes for the period from January to December 1997. Eight cases were excluded from this study because of duplicated report (6 cases) and inadequate diagnosis (2 cases). Finally, 312 cases were investigated on their clinical features, treatments, complications, and prognosis. The cases included 195 ulcerative colitis (male 106, female 83, gender unknown 6 cases, age ranged 9-81, mean 39.5± 14.3 (standard deviation (SD) years old), 69 Crohn's disease (male 39, female 24, gender unknown 6 cases, age ranged 17-87, mean 35.1±10.5 (SD) years old), 28 ischemic colitis (male 11, female 17, mean age 65.9±12.6 (SD) years old), 9 intestinal tuberculosis (male 1, female 6, gender unknown 2, age 66.9±6.1 (SD) years old), 4 intestinal Behcet (male 3, female 1, age 39.0±14.2 (SD) years old), 6 simple ulcers (male 3, female 3, age 67.7±11.8 (SD) years old), and a case of aphtous enteritis. Two toxic megacolon cases and 5 colorectal cancer cases were reported among the 195 ulcerative colitis patients. 44 cases out of 69 Crohn's disease patients were received surgical treatment because of severe complications including perforation (12 cases), stenosis (10 cases), internal fistula formation (8 cases) and so on. However, no case died because of the diseases except 3 untraceable patients.
Journal Title
Shikoku Acta Medica
ISSN
00373699
NCID
AN00102041
Publisher
徳島医学会
Volume
55
Issue
2
Start Page
64
End Page
70
Sort Key
64
Published Date
1999-04-25
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jpn
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