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Ulcerative colitis arthritis

"Enteropathic arthritis" refers to joint diseases related to Crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis. These lesions are associated with clinical and histological inflammation of the intestine, changes in intestinal permeability and peripheral and axial joint inflammation. About 20% of patients have peripheral arthritis and 10% ~ 15% have axial arthritis. Peripheral arthropathy is more common in people with extraintestinal syndrome (such as nodular erythema). The incidence is equal between men and women. It can be affected at any age, but arthritis in adults usually occurs after inflammation of the intestinal tract has actually occurred, which is the opposite in children.

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