Intestinal Inflammation in a Child

What is Intestinal Inflammation in a Child?

Among the pathology of the organs of the gastrointestinal tract in children, one of the first places is the chronic intestinal inflammation. One of the most difficult options is ulcerative colitis, as well as Crohn’s disease. They are also known as chronic debilitating diseases.

Nonspecific ulcerative colitis (ULC) occurs in 6 people out of 100,000 per year. The incidence of Crohn’s disease has been increasing in recent years. NAC is affected by both adults and children. But the largest number of patients is among adolescents and young children. This means that children from 10 to 19 years old are sick most often. The disease is increasingly manifested at an early age.

Causes Inflammation of the Intestines in a Child

Despite studies that have been conducted both in our country and in Europe, the exact causes of intestinal inflammation in a child are not known. The acute onset of the disease is due to the influence of malnutrition, infection, viruses, tuberculosis.

Pathogenesis during Inflammation of the Intestines in a Child

The pathogenesis of chronic inflammatory bowel disease is based on the cross-interaction of various factors of damage and recovery. If there are no immune responses to the factors of damage, tissue is damaged and local inflammation develops.