Gastroduodenal Crohn's Disease: This type Crohn's disease affects the stomach and duodenum or the starting point of small intestine. General symptoms are weight loss, loss of appetite and nausea and also vomitings if the narrow segments of bowels get obstructed.
Symptoms of Ileitis: see symptoms of Ileitis. Complications of Ileitis: see complications of Ileitis Ileitis: Testing. Diagnostic testing: see tests for Ileitis. Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Ileitis. How is it treated? Doctors and Medical Specialists for Ileitis: Gastroenterologist; see also doctors and medical specialists for Ileitis.
Ileocolitis is the most common type of Crohn’s disease. It causes inflammation in the end of the small intestine (known as the ileum) and the colon (large intestine) - most often on the right side. Around 50% of people with Crohn’s disease are diagnosed with ileocolitis.
Read medical definition of Terminal ileitis. Terminal ileitis: Crohn's disease, a chronic inflammatory disease of the intestine involving only the end of the small intestine (the terminal ileum).Crohn's disease affects primarily the small and large intestines but which can occur anywhere in the digestive system between the mouth and the anus.
Fatigue and loss of appetite are symptoms of several health conditions. The condition can be as common as the flu or a sign of something more serious like cancer. Often a loss of appetite can cause fatigue, especially if you aren’t getting enough calories or nutrients.