Mesalazine tablet in the caecum

Mesalazine tablet in the caecum

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Caption: Mesalazine tablet (orange) in the caecum, endoscope view. The caecum is the pouch that connects the ileum (small intestine) to the colon of the large intestine. Mesalazine is an anti-inflammatory drug that is metabolized in the gut. It is used to reduce inflammation in the intestines due to a condition called ulcerative colitis, which typically arises in the rectum and often extends to involve part of, or most of, the large intestine.

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