Diagnostic accuracy of magnetic resonance enterography and small bowel ultrasound for the extent and activity of newly diagnosed and relapsed Crohn’s disease (METRIC): a multicentre trial

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The Lancet Gastroenterology & Hepatology

Fecha de publicación: 15 June 2018

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/S2468-1253(18)30161-4

Autores: Prof Stuart A Taylor, FRCR’Correspondence information about the author Prof Stuart A TaylorEmail the author Prof Stuart A Taylor, Susan Mallett, DPhil, Gauraang Bhatnagar, FRCR, Rachel Baldwin-Cleland, MSc, Stuart Bloom, FRCP, Arun Gupta, FRCR, Peter J Hamlin, PhD, Prof Ailsa L Hart, FRCP, Antony Higginson, FRCR, Ilan Jacobs, BA Hons, Sara McCartney, FRCP, Anne Miles, PhD, Charles D Murray, PhD, Andrew A Plumb, FRCR, Richard C Pollok, FRCP, Shonit Punwani, FRCR, Laura Quinn, MSc, Manuel Rodriguez-Justo, FRCPath, Zainib Shabir, MSc, Andrew Slater, FRCR, Damian Tolan, FRCR, Prof Simon Travis, DPhil, Alastair Windsor, FRCS, Peter Wylie, FRCR, Ian Zealley, FRCR, Prof Steve Halligan, 

Background: Magnetic resonance enterography (MRE) and ultrasound are used to image Crohn’s disease, but their comparative accuracy for assessing disease extent and activity is not known with certainty. Therefore, we did a multicentre trial to address this issue.