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Abstract #1620

Quantified terminal ileal motility as a biomarker of Crohns Disease activity assessed using Magnetic Resonance Enterography: A prospective study

Alex Menys 1 , Charlotte E Tutein Nolthenius 2 , Carl Puylaert 2 , Makanyanga Jesica 1 , Evelien Gryspeerdt 1 , Gauraang Bhatnagar 1 , Nikos Dikaios 1 , David Atkinson 1 , Jaap Stoker 2 , and Stuart A. Taylor 1

1 UCL, London, UK, United Kingdom, 2 AMC, Netherlands, Netherlands

This abstract examines the potential of gastrointestinal motility at the terminal ileum to serve as a biomarker for inflammatory activity in Crohn's disease. In this article, a prospective cohort of 95 patients is examined, collected as part of the VIGOR++ study to examine the role of MR Enterography in the evaluation of Crohn's Disease.

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