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I believe this entry should simply redirect to the entry for Crohn's disease. The latter has a lot of depth on the topic, and tis entry is one subset that is explained really well there. This entry, on the other hand, is about a dozen words if that.

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Additional bacterial cause mentioned in Yersinia infection page

In, it says ″Acute Y. enterocolitica infections usually lead to mild self-limiting enterocolitis or terminal ileitis and adenitis in humans.″ I think this other bacterial cause of ileitis should be mentioned alongside Lawsonia i. (talk) 19:41, 3 May 2018 (UTC)[reply]