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Research Article

Colorectal Malignancy in a Prospective Irish Inflammatory Bowel Disease Population 15 Years Since Diagnosis: Comparison with the EC-IBD Cohort

Table 2

Summary of EC-IBD intestinal and extraintestinal cancer.

CentreNumber of patientsNumber of patientsUlcerative colitisCrohn’s diseaseMalesFemalesIntestinal cancersIntestinal cancersExtraintestinal cancersExtraintestinal cancers
1991–19931991–200920092009200920091993–20041993–20091993–20041993–2009

Copenhagen1531248242685623 (2 F/1 M)616 (7 F/9 M)
South Limburg2221599564748522 (1 F/1 M)44 (3 F/1 M)
Total north (excl Dublin)37528317710614214145 (3 F/2 M)1020 (10 F/10 M)

Dublin (% of total northern contributing centres)192 (51%)133 (47%)80 (45.2%)53 (50%)82 (57.7%)51 (36%)N/A0N/A6 (3 F/3 M) (30%)

Vigo100633627382500412 (2 F/10 M)
Beer Sheva641812611701 (M)67 (5 F/2 M)
Ioannina433632420160000
Cremona532618814120013 (3 M)
Heraklion745345831220033 (1 F/2 M)
Reggio Emilia86694524363313 (1 F/2 M)12 (1 F/1 M)
All south4202651887715011514 (1 F/3 M)1527 (9 F/18 M)
136568144523637430789 (4 F/5 M)3053 (22 F/31 M)

Total (% follow-up)−100−50

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