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Bones and Crohn’s Disease in Children

According to a new study, a child’s bone age should be measured as part of routine care, in order to assess their growth and decide on the best course of treatment.

Crohn’s disease can impede growth and delay puberty for children, and their bones may be less developed than their peers.

According to a new study, a child’s bone age should be measured as part of routine care, in order to assess their growth and decide on the best course of treatment.

What Do Bones Have to Do with Crohn’s?

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