Module 3. Surgery and IBD

Animation - Small Bowel and Large Bowel Surgery for IBD

A significant portion of patients with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) will need surgery at some point to control their disease. This animation describes different surgical techniques that are used in patients with Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis, including ileal pouch anal anastomosis (IPAA), total removal of the colon with permanent ileostomy, intestinal resection, and stricturoplasty.
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Animation - Small Bowel and Large Bowel Surgery for IBD
1. Animation - Small Bowel and Large Bowel Surgery for IBD
Slide Show - Small Bowel and Large Bowel Surgery for IBD
2. Slide Show - Small Bowel and Large Bowel Surgery for IBD
Animation - What is an Ileostomy?
3. Animation - What is an Ileostomy?
Slide Show - What is an Ileostomy?
4. Slide Show - What is an Ileostomy?

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