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Treatment and Management of IBD for the PCP

The costs of care for inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) are high and increasing, with a recent study conservatively estimating the societal burden to be in excess of $5.5 billion/year in the US alone.

With an estimated 1.5 million affected patients in the US and 4 million affected worldwide, the inflammatory bowel diseases—both ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease—are relatively common relapsing, recurrent conditions that continue to pose a challenge for the general, GI, and surgical practitioner. While these two conditions are often grouped together, disease presentation, treatment, and management varies between the two conditions.

George Dickstein, MD
Greater Boston Gastroenterology, PC, Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine,, Tufts University School of Medicine
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