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1. Please list your last name and zip code:
2. What is your specialty?
3. How many patients with IBD do you see each week?
4. You are performing a colonoscopy on your patient, who underwent ileal resection for stricturing Crohn’s disease few years ago. You see diffuse aphthous ileitis and diffusely inflamed mucosa in the ileum above the ileocolonic anastomosis. What is the Rutgeerts score?
5. Your patient, a 42-year-old male, non-smoker, undergoes a resection of a newly diagnosed Crohn’s ileal stricture after he presented with small bowel obstruction. The margins of resection were clear of disease. After surgery, the patient follows up in your clinic and asks about next steps. After discussing the options, you both decide to hold off on Crohn’s therapy and adopt a surveillance strategy. When will you perform his next colonoscopy to monitor of his Crohn’s disease?