Successful Treatment of Metastatic Crohn’s DiseaseWith Cyclosporine

August 2008 | Volume 7 | Issue 8 | Case Reports | 789 | Copyright © August 2008

Dafnis C. Carranza MD, Lorraine Young MD

Abstract
Metastatic Crohn’s disease refers to cutaneous granulomatous lesions that are noncontiguous to the gastrointestinal tract. The treatment of cutaneous Crohn’s disease is challenging. A patient with metastatic Crohn’s disease whose lesions cleared after a 3-month course of cyclosporine is reported.