Is It Possible To Have Crohn's Disease After Ileostomy Surgery?

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Total proctocolectomy with ileostomy is surgery to remove all of the colon (part of the large intestine), rectum, and anus.


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You will receive general anesthesia right before your surgery. This will make you unconscious and unable to feel pain.

For your proctocolectomy:

  • Your surgeon will make surgical cut about 6 inches long in your lower belly.
  • Then your surgeon will remove your large intestine and rectum.
  • Your surgeon may also look at your lymph nodes...
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