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    Ulcerative Colitis Endoscopic Index of Severity (UCEIS)

    Assesses the endoscopic severity of ulcerative colitis.
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    Normal
    0
    Patchy obliteration
    +1
    Obliterated
    +2
    None
    0
    Mucosal
    +1
    Luminal mild
    +2
    Luminal moderate or severe
    +3
    None
    0
    Erosions
    +1
    Superficial ulcer
    +2
    Deep ulcer
    +3

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    Dr. Simon P. L. Travis

    About the Creator

    Simon P. L. Travis, MD, is a professor of clinical gastroenterology at the University of Oxford in England. He was the president of the European Crohn’s and Colitis Organization (ECCO) and is an elected member of the International Organization of Inflammatory Bowel Disease. Dr. Travis’s primary research is focused on novel therapy, endoscopic assessment, and clinical prediction in inflammatory bowel disease.

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