Associated Medical Conditions for Ulcerative colitis

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The following is based on bacteria published studies. These are report on the averages of a group of patients; they do not apply to all patients and are not necessary predictive.

For some medical conditions there are hundreds of bacteria shifts reported, for others only a few. The Percentage is based on the least number. If there are matches 8 matches for a condition that has 10 known bacteria shifts, against a condition that has 50 bacteria shifts. It will be 8/10 or 80% and not 8/50= 16%. The count of possible bacteria is shown for reference.

Associations

Limited to conditions with 5 or more bacteria

Name Overlap Percent Prevalance in Population Matches Bacteria in From Bacteria in To
Allergies 26 % 30% 13 50 108
Ankylosing spondylitis 45.4 % 7% 49 520 108
Alzheimer's disease 38 % 10% 19 50 108
Autism 25 % 2% 27 110 108
Rosacea 31.8 % 5.46% 7 22 108
Schizophrenia 25.8 % 0.75% 24 93 108
Multiple Sclerosis 25 % 0.5% 25 100 108
Mood Disorders 66.7 % 29.7% 4 6 108
rheumatoid arthritis (RA),Spondyloarthritis (SpA) 35.2 % 0.86% 38 134 108
Psoriasis 45.7 % 3% 21 46 108
Obesity 27.3 % 42.4% 15 55 108
Obesity 26 % 42.4% 27 104 108
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) Motor Neuron 34.9 % 0.005% 15 43 108
Osteoporosis 36.4 % 9.4% 8 22 108
neuropsychiatric disorders (PANDAS, PANS) 33.3 % 0.1% 5 15 108
ME/CFS with IBS 42.1 % 2.8% 8 19 108
ME/CFS without IBS 26.9 % 0.4% 7 26 108
Multiple system atrophy (MSA) 19 % 0.005% 4 21 108
Metabolic Syndrome 57.1 % 21% 4 7 108
Systemic Lupus Erythematosus 37.9 % 0.15% 25 66 108
Liver Cirrhosis 54.6 % 0.27% 59 678 108
Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (nafld) Nonalcoholic 34.2 % 25% 26 76 108
Parkinson's Disease 22.2 % 1% 20 90 108
Chronic Kidney Disease 40 % 15% 14 35 108
Insomnia 70 % 30% 7 10 108
Depression 28.4 % 8% 23 81 108
Irritable Bowel Syndrome 40.3 % 15% 25 62 108
Chronic Urticaria (Hives) 65.2 % 5% 15 23 108
IgA nephropathy (IgAN) 37.9 % 0.001% 11 29 108
Hyperlipidemia (High Blood Fats) 20 % 33% 5 25 108
hypertension (High Blood Pressure 16.7 % 47% 1 6 108
hypercholesterolemia (High Cholesterol) 33.3 % 12% 3 9 108
Allergic Rhinitis (Hay Fever) 19.4 % 7.8% 7 36 108
gallstone disease (gsd) 46.7 % 5% 7 15 108
Graves' disease 12.5 % 0.5% 1 8 108
Gastroesophageal reflux disease (Gerd) including Barrett's esophagus 29.2 % 27.8% 7 24 108
Fibromyalgia 32.4 % 1.12% 12 37 108
Functional constipation / chronic idiopathic constipation 26.8 % 14% 11 41 108
Type 1 Diabetes 30.8 % 0.19% 16 52 108
Gout 19 % 6.8% 4 21 108
Epilepsy 40 % 0.84% 10 25 108
Cerebral Palsy 52.9 % 0.2% 9 17 108
Inflammatory Bowel Disease 43.9 % 1.3% 29 66 108
Celiac Disease 31.3 % 1.4% 21 67 108
cystic fibrosis 14.3 % 0.03% 1 7 108
COVID-19 41.7 % 50% 15 36 108
Carcinoma 43.1 % 1% 22 51 108
Bipolar Disorder 54.5 % 3% 18 33 108
Colorectal Cancer 21.3 % 4.3% 23 296 108
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome 25.5 % 3% 14 55 108
Coronary artery disease 31.3 % 6.7% 5 16 108
Crohn's Disease 44.4 % 0.3% 48 141 108
Generalized anxiety disorder 35.7 % 2.7% 5 14 108
Asthma 33.3 % 8% 9 27 108
Atherosclerosis 39.8 % 50% 43 524 108
Acne 63.2 % 47% 12 19 108
Stress / posttraumatic stress disorder 55.4 % 5.2% 31 56 108
Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO) 43.8 % 52% 7 16 108
Brain Trauma 31.8 % 0.367% 7 22 108
Sjögren syndrome 34.1 % 1.2% 14 41 108
Type 2 Diabetes 55.6 % 10.8% 60 267 108
ADHD 25.5 % 9.4% 12 47 108
Hashimoto's thyroiditis 35.7 % 0.35% 5 14 108

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