Crohn’s Disease: Tests
A form of that causes irritation in the gastrointestinal (GI) tract. It usually affects the lower (also called the ) or the , but it can also affect any part of the .
About Crohn’s Disease Tests
A doctor will perform a thorough physical exam and schedule a series of tests to diagnose Crohn’s disease.can be used to look for caused by . may also uncover a high count, which is a sign of or somewhere in the body. is drawn at a health care provider’s office or commercial facility and sent to a lab for analysis. tests are commonly done to rule out other causes of GI diseases, such as . tests can also show if there is in the . The doctor will give the person a container for catching and storing the . The sample is returned to the doctor or a commercial facility and sent to a lab for analysis.
The tests below are usually performed at a hospital or outpatient center by a gastroenterologist, a doctor who specializes in digestive diseases, or a radiologist, a doctor who specializes in medical imaging…