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Early assessment with gastrointestinal ultrasound in patients hospitalised for a flare of ulcerative colitis

Predicting the need for salvage therapy: a pilot study

Approximately 30% of patients hospitalised with severe ulcerative colitis do not respond to corticosteroids, but the decision to introduce salvage therapy is delayed to at least the third day of treatment, according to the widely applied Oxford criteria to assess response. This pilot study aimed to determine if gastrointestinal ultrasound performed on admission can predict […]

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