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The primary purpose of this study is to establish an Arizona-based patient recruitment and sample collection infrastructure with a wide network of gastroenterologists in Maricopa County, including both academic and community gastroenterologists. Secondarily, they will analyze the pouch microbiota and anti-microbial antibodies in longitudinal samples collected from patients undergoing RPC with IPAA. We will compare data from patients who develop pouchitis and those who do not develop pouchitis to eventually identify antibody markers that can prognosticate pouchitis and understand the role of bacteria or immune response to them in pouchitis development.
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The primary purpose of this study is to create a prospective registry of patients with pouch-related conditions to allow for longitudinal assessment of outcomes at 3, 6 and 12 months after a enrollment with a specific diagnosis (acute pouchitis, CADP, CARP, or CD of the pouch).
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