Intestinal Tuberculosis Masquerading as Crohn’s Disease? A Case of Disseminated Tuberculosis after Anti-TNF Therapy for Suspected Crohn’s Disease
Significant findings from initial colonoscopy which the diagnosis of Crohn’s disease was made. (a) Inflammation seen in cecum. (b) Inflammation in ascending colon. (c) Inflammation with friability and hemorrhage at the hepatic flexure.
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