The medical approach to Crohns disease: When is surgical treatment appropriate?


Laparoscopic Surgery for Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Technical Issues

Points of interest:
burden of Crohn’s disease–1:14
how often do patients require surgery?–1:43
why do patients require surgery?–2:35
how often does refractory disease occur?–3:25
increasing frequency IP/FS disease with time–4:09
appearance of perforating complications–5:02
in which patients do IP/FS complications occur?–5:46
citation–7:35 (provide link:
how often does cancer occur?–7:58
have we made a difference?–9:08
citation–9:25 (provide link:
the ACCENT 1 randomized trial–10:13 (provide link:
the ACCENT 2 trial–11:09
clear indications for surgery–11:46
surgical vs percutaneous drainage of intra-abdominal abscess–12:02
inflammatory mass without clear abscess formation case 1–12:49
inflammatory mass without clear abscess formation case 2–14:15
inflammatory mass without clear abscess formation case 3–14:49
natural history of active CD–15:55
when is surgery appropriate?–16:20

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