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Research Article

Incidence Trends and Geographical Variability of Pediatric Inflammatory Bowel Disease in Slovenia: A Nationwide Study

Table 1

Diagnostic procedures performed at diagnosis.

CD
()
UC
()
IBD-U
()

Colonoscopy167 (100%)105 (100%)7 (100%)
Terminal ileocolonoscopy153 (90.3%)91 (86.4%)6 (85.8%)
Upper GI endoscopy158 (93.2%)81 (76.9%)7 (100%)
Abdominal ultrasound167 (100%)105 (100%)7 (100%)
Small bowel follow-through42 (24.7%)5 (4.7%)0 (0%)
Scintigraphy with labeled leucocytes21 (12.4%)8 (7.6%)0 (0%)
Capsule endoscopy87 (51.3%)11 (10.4%)4 (57.2%)
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)+18 (10.6%)2 (1.9%)2 (28.6%)
Computed tomography (CT)5 (2.9%)0 (0%)0 (0%)

Capsule endoscopy has been available since 2006.
+MR enterography has been available since 2009.

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