Atlas of Gastroenterological Endoscopy
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Consensus of the international working party for the
world congress of Gastroenterology, Vienna 1998
Age at diagnosis 1 =< 40 years Time of histological, surgical, radiological or endoscopical diagnosis, no retrospective time of diagnosis
1 > 40 years
Location 1 = terminal ileum Maximum extent of the lesions at any time before resection. Aphtous lesions or ulcerations of any size, mucosal erythema is not enough.
2 = colon
3 = ileocolon
4 = upper GI- tract
Behavior 1 = Non stricturing, non penetrating Inflammatory masses, abcesses, fistulas, perianal ulcers are defined as penetrating. Postoperative complications are excluded Strictures can be diagnosed radiologically, endoscopically or surgically
2 = Stricuring
3 = Penetrating
Further data tob collected:
  • Gender: F/M
  • Ethnical background: caucasian, jewish, asian, black
  • Family history of IBD: yes/no
  • First degree relatives?
  • Extraintestinal manifestation: yes/no