INFLAMMATORY BOWEL DISEASE AND PERIPHERAL ARTHRITIS: MESALAZINA AND PROBIOTICS

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The intestinal inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) are a group of inflammatory patholo-gies of the digestive line with chronicity and recurrent characteristics. The IBDs mostly recognized are the ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease; they are more frequent in the industrialized countries and among the caucasian populations that among those africans or oriental. The secondary artropaties to IBD recognize a multifactorial gene-sis in subjects predisposed as a result genetically of environmental factors; a funda-mental role of the intestinal dysbiosis they are hypothesized.

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