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Diagnostic accuracy for the extent and activity of newly diagnosed and relapsed Crohn's disease: Multicentre prospective comparison of magnetic resonance imaging and small bowel ultrasound
Project title: Diagnostic accuracy for the extent and activity of newly diagnosed and relapsed Crohn's disease: Multicentre prospective comparison of magnetic resonance imaging and small bowel ultrasound
Research type: Primary Research
Chief investigator: Professor Stuart Taylor
Lead Author: Professor Stuart Taylor
Contractor: University College London
Co-investigators: Dr Andrew Slater, Dr Antony Higginson, Dr Arun Gupta, Dr Charles Murray, Dr Damian Tolan, Dr Ian Zealley, Dr John Hamlin, Dr Manuel Rodriguez-Justo, Dr Peter Wylie, Dr Sara McCartney, Dr Shonit Punwani, Dr Simon Travis, Dr Stuart Bloom, Mr Alastair Windsor, Mr Ilan Jacobs, Professor Ailsa Hart, Professor Ann Marie Swart, Professor Stephen Morris, Professor Steve Halligan, Professor Susan Mallett.
Started: September 2013 | Status: Published August 2019
Magnetic resonance enterography was more sensitive than ultrasonography in diagnosing the extent of small bowel disease and both were broadly acceptable to patients.
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