Clinical features commonly include diarrhea, weight loss, and abdominal pain but differ according to disease severity
Extraintestinal manifestations may occur in the eyes, joints, and skin.
endoscopic features (ulcerations, skip lesions, cobblestone appearance) and evidence of intestinal inflammation on imaging
Acute flares are typically managed with corticosteroids but steroid-sparing regimes (e.g., thiopurine analogs, biologics) may also be used.
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