Crohn's disease presents differently in girls, boys

12/18/2007 | Reuters

A new study shows that Crohn's disease is often more severe in girls, but boys are more likely to suffer stunted growth because of the bowel disorder. Girls with the disease showed more signs of malabsorption syndrome, were at greater risk for common skin rashes seen with the disease and usually required intestinal surgery before boys, the study found.

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