Crohn's Disease

Crohn's disease is characterised by a chronic and long lasting ulceration of a section, or sections of the digestive tract. The intestinal tract has four major parts: the esophagus, or food tube; the stomach, where food is churned and digested; the long, small bowel, where nutrients, calories, and vitamins are absorbed; and the colon and rectum, where water is absorbed and stool is stored.


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