Crohn's disease is a chronic inflammatory disease of the digestive system, which mainly affects the intestines, but can damage any tissue in the digestive system from the mouth to the anus. The disease can occur at any age, but usually occurs in the second decade to the fourth decade of a person's life. Crohn's disease mainly affects the small intestine and especially the end of the small intestine. There is no continuity of diseased areas and we can find see areas that have infected parts but are otherwise healthy. At the onset of the disease, it tends to have a chronic nature with flare-ups and remissions.

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