What other EIMs commonly occur in patients with idiopathic IBD and inflammatory peripheral arthritis

What other EIMs commonly occur in patients with idiopathic IBD and inflammatory peripheral arthritis? 

Approximately 25% of patients with IBD have a combination of EIMs. The development of one manifestation increases the risk of developing others. In IBD patients with arthritis, the following EIMs may be seen:

  • =Pyoderma gangrenosum (less than 5%)
  • = Aphthous stomatitis (less than 10%)
  • =Inflammatory eye disease (acute anterior uveitis) (5%-15%)
  • = Nodosum (erythema) (less than 15%)
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