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Chronic non specific ileatis
Doctor did a test and here are the details- Clinical diagnosis-"Colonoscopy- Heal ulcer 7 IBD" Nature of specimen- "Endoscopic biopsy from ileal                                           ulcer". Microscopic examination- "2 bits of tissue" Microscopic examination-"Sections shows fragments of ileal mucosa showing edema of lamina propria and infiltration of large numbers of lymphocytes and moderate numbers of eosinophils and plasma cells. no evidence of malignancy or granuloma seen" Impression- "chronic non specific ileitis" I didn't understand this report and doctor explanation was not clear as he speaks only in local language. can you please tell me what is the real problem and how to treat this.
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There is inflammation of your small as well large bowel. It is a part of IBD. Means your intestine are swelled up. No specific diagnosis is found on biopsy.. Take Tab Rifaximine 600mg BD .. Tab Pan L BD Syp Gelucil 2tsp BD.
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