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This study will evaluate the efficacy of capsule endoscopy (CE) versus ileocolonoscopy (IC) plus MRE for detection of active Crohn's disease (CD) in the small bowel in subjects with known CD and mucosal disease. The primary objective of the study is to assess the accuracy of CE versus IC plus MRE for detecting active CD, by visualizing the small bowel and colon in subjects with known CD and mucosal disease. There will be assessment of mucosal disease activity at baseline and 6- and 12- month follow ups. Patient satisfaction questionnaires will be completed at baseline, 6- and 12- month follow ups along with a Quality of Life questionnaire at 12 month follow up. Concomitant medication and adverse events information will be collected baseline and 3-, 6-, 9- and 12 month follow ups.
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