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Virus studies came later. The relationship between Crohn's disease, sarcoidosis and tuberculosis has been in dispute for many years. As larger series of patients accumulated it was recognized that a familial factor might be operative and a small number of cases followed severe abdominal trauma. The possibility that Crohn's disease might have a psychosomatic basis has been considered. An allergic or hypersensitivity cause for Crohn's disease has often been suspected; the damage sustained by the intestine may be the result of an immunopathological phenomenon.
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Crohn's Disease by James Kyle (Auth.)