Inflammatory Bowel Diseases – Ulcerative Colitis, Crohn's Disease

The bowels are made up of the small intestine and large intestine which are the longest parts of the digestive tract (alimentary tract or gut). The intestines are important sites of digestion and absorption of nutrients and the formation of waste material that is evacuated from the bowels as feces. Like the rest of the gut, it has a multi-layered wall that is somewhat similar in structure from mouth to anus. Within the bowels are massive populations of bacteria which help with digestion and absorption of nutrients but usually do not harm the bowels.  This naturally-occurring 'good' bacteria is known as the normal intestinal flora. The bowels ...

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