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I dreamt that I was walking through a building with a glass corridor on the right. As I walked, I saw outside the window what appeared to be large black clouds forming very low to the ground. I wondered if a tornado was forming when I realized that the clouds began to take the shape of an enormous monstrous black dog. As I was attempting to process this, the woman beside me turned and ran. By the time I realized that I must run away, it was too late. There were numerous beings inside the building. They were chanting in a foriegn language that I didn’t recognize. For a moment, I hunched over, covering my head trying to hide like a child. But I realized it was no use. I stood up and one of these beings stood in front of me. He explained to me that they had come to capture women and girls of all ages to take back with them so that they could create a new race. I was terrified.
The diagnosis of CD is based on a composite of endoscopic, radiographic, and pathological findings documenting focal, asymmetric, transmural, or granulomatous features. The sequence of diagnostic maneuvers is based on presenting symptoms, physical findings, and basic laboratory abnormalities (grade C). Currently, the measurement of genetic mutations in patients with CD remains a research tool that is not yet proven to be of clinical benefit for the general assessment of diagnosis, guidance of patient care, or prediction of response to specific medical therapies. The use of genetic testing is currently not recommended in the caring of patients with CD (level C). Additionally, serological studies evaluating antibodies against Saccharomyces cerevisiae , antineutrophil cytoplasmic antibodies, antibodies directed against CBir1, OmpC are evolving to provide adjunctive support for the diagnosis of CD but are not sufficiently sensitive or specific to be recommended for use as a screening tools.