Triaditis is defined by the presence of concurrent inflammation in the liver, intestines and pancreas. Diagnosis can be challenging as it involves integrating clinicopathological testing, imaging and histopathology. Optimizing therapy requires careful consideration of potential for bacterial infection and the need for anti-inflammatory and immunosuppressive therapy.
What is triaditis
How to diagnose triaditis
Biopsy and histopathology- when is it required and what does it tell me