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Gut microbiota as a predictor of recurrence of Crohn’s disease

The presence of a certain family of bacteria in the gut microbiota may be involved in the recurrence of Crohn’s disease following bowel resection. Can the presence of these bacteria predict recurrence?   Up to 70% of patients with Crohn’s disease undergo a bowel resection, two-thirds of w...
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Crohn’s disease: is the ileal microbiota a predictive factor of recurrence?

Using the gut microbiota to predict postoperative recurrence in Crohn’s disease: such is the possibility raised by a French study conducted in patients who underwent bowel resection.   While 50 to 75% of patients with Crohn’s disease will require at least one bowel resection during their ...
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Crohn’s disease: gut dysbiosis seems to precede flares

Crohn’s disease flare-ups could be preceded by a microbiota imbalance. Although patients do not have any early symptoms, some bacterial taxa levels could be reduced at the expense of others. Could this help us predict future flares?   Crohn’s disease is an unpredictable and chronic diseas...
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