Section II. Imaging Techniques in Intestinal Inflammatory Disease


II.1 Diagnostic application of endocopy win inflammatory bowel disease
· II.1.1. Endoscopy in Crohn’s disease
···II.1.1.1. Endoscopy in the diagnosis of Crohn’s disease
···II.1.1.2. Endoscopy in the follow-up of Crohn’s Disease
II.1.2 Endoscopy of ulcerative colitis
···II.1.2.1. Endoscopy in diagnosing ulcerative colitis
···II.1.2.2. Endoscopy in the follow-up of ulcerative colitis
II.1.3 Endoscopy in paediatric inflammatory bowel disease

II.2 Study of the small intestine in the Inflammatory Bowel Disease
· II.2.1. Endoscopic techniques in the study of the small intestine
···II.2.1.1. Capsule endoscopy
···II.2.1.2. Enteroscopy
II.2.2 Radiological techniques in the study of the small intestine
···II.2.2.1. Computed tomography and magnetic resonance enterography Role in the diagnosis and monitoring of inflammatory bowel disease
···II.2.2.2. Ultrasound in the diagnosis and follow-up of patients with inflammatory  bowel disease

II.3 Imaging techniques in perianal disease
II.3.1. Pelvic resonance in perianal disease
II.3.2. Endoanal Ultrasound in Perianal Disease

II.4 Endoscopy in the follow-up of dysplasia in the Intestinal Inflammatory Disease
II.4.1. Endoscopic follow-up of dysplasia in colitis-associated intestinal bowel disease
II.4.2. Chromoendoscopy and narrow band imaging in the screening and follow-up of dysplasia in inflammatory bowel disease

II.5 Postoperative recurrence. Assesment with imaging techniques
II.5.1. Endoscopic techniques to evaluate postoperative recurrence
II.5.2. Radiological studies to evaluate postoperative recurrence

II.6. Seeking consensus among different diagnostic and follow-up options for inflammatory bowel disease. Interpretation of the results obtained


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