We are doing are best to help you with your question in your original post.
I have a husband with a 34 history of Crohn's and 4 major surgeries.
Endoscopic tests of the upper or lower GI tract can confirm Crohn's disease, locate areas of the intestine that are affected by the disease, and obtain tissue samples needed for biopsies and further examination.
The Dr. who performed the procedure is your attending physician during the scope and is required to give you a detailed written explanation. If not, I would call the clinic, outpatient day care and request the written outcome of your procedure as well as some one to explain in layman's terms what the scope indicated.
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