The purpose of this study is to evaluate these indices scores in a broader population of Crohn's disease, not limited by disease severity or concomitant therapy. Moreover, we plan to explore additional variables which may improve these indices scores in a heterogenic Crohn's disease population.
The difference between this study and previous studies is that this study will not be administering study medication nor assessing treatment effect. This study is considered an observational, non-drug interventional study.
The primary objective of this study is to evaluate three new indices scores for mucosal ulceration utilizing laboratory data and questionnaires. These indices scores will be compared to endoscopic assessments of mucosal ulceration status in adult subjects with Crohn's disease.
The secondary objective is to explore the potential to improve these indices
Principal Investigator: John Valentine