Successful Treatment of Metastatic Crohnâ€™s DiseaseWith Cyclosporine
August 2008 | Volume 7 | Issue 8 | Case Reports | 789 | Copyright © August 2008
Dafnis C. Carranza MD, Lorraine Young MD
Metastatic Crohnâ€™s disease refers to cutaneous granulomatous lesions that are noncontiguous to the gastrointestinal tract. The treatment
of cutaneous Crohnâ€™s disease is challenging. A patient with metastatic Crohnâ€™s disease whose lesions cleared after a 3-month
course of cyclosporine is reported.