A 2-year-old boy with peritoneal miliary Crohn's disease is described. In addition to vague gastrointestinal symptoms, ascites was a prominent feature. The jejunal mucosa was markedly atrophic, compatible with a diagnosis of coexistent coeliac disease.
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