Resources

Title Type
Anastomotic dilation
Capsule endoscopy showing moderate terminal ileal Crohn's disease
Capsule endoscopy showing sporadic aphthous ulceration in mild small bowel Crohn's disease
Colonic lymphoid hyperplasia in a patient with newly diagnosed, quiescent Crohn’s disease
Crohn’s anastomotic stricture preventing endoscopic neo-terminal ileal intubation
Crohn’s colitis associated snail-tract ulceration predominantly affecting the anti-mesenteric border
Crohn’s pan-colitis moderate
Diaphragm Disease

Capsule endoscopy video of diaphragm disease

How a colonoscopy is carried out

Animation showing colonoscopy procedure. Note that refers to colonoscopy for purpose of cancer screeening during animation.

Ileal Aphthous Ulcer

Capsule endoscopy video of ileal aphthous ulcer

Inflammation at CD anastomosis
Ischaemic colitis

Ischaemic colitis; note the discontinuous, sub-mucosal haemorrhage / inflammation, not seen in UC

Laparoscopic view of fat encasing the terminal ileum in a patient with Crohn’s disease
Low rectal anastomotic stricture with visible anal fistula internal opening
Mild colitis, with a small polyp shown to be hyperplastic
Mild recurrence of CD within neo-terminal ileum and at anastomosis”
Moderate left sided ulcerative colitis
Mucosal cobblestoning in a patient with severe left sided Crohn’s colitis
Normal colonoscopy
Normal gastroscopy
Normal small bowel viewed by capsule endoscopy
Normal terminal ileum, with erythematous colitis in cecum
Retained capsule

Capsule endoscopy video of retained capsule. The patient required interval laparotomy to remove the capsule.

Severe sigmoid inflammation
Small colonic aphthous ulcers in (very) mild Crohn’s colitis
Stricturing Crohn's disease delaying capsule transit
Terminal ileal and ileo-caecal Crohn’s disease
Terminal ileal and pan-colonic Crohn’s disease
Terminal ileal ulceration

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