Epidemiology

The true incidence of AIN is unknown. Definitive diagnosis requires a biopsy, which may not be performed due to subtle clinical presentation or risk factors for complications, and hence the incidence is underestimated.[2] One study found that AIN incidence was 3.2 per 10,000 person-years in users of proton-pump inhibitors.[8]

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