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Skip lesions
Crohn's
Autoimmune
Both
terminal ileum is usually involved
Crohn's
Rectal sparing
crohn's
Lesions on anus
Crohn's
Transmural Inflammation
Crohns
"String" sign on barium swallow
Crohn's
Linear ulcers
Crohn's
Fistula's
Crohn's
Noncaseating granulomas
Crohn's
Lesions on the anus
Crohn's
Polyarthritis
Crohns'
Erythema Nodosum
Crohn's (Red spots usually found on the shins, they are autoimmune reaction to subQ fat)
Uveitis
Crohn's
Ankylosising spondylitis
Crohn's
Continuous lesion
UC
Mucosal and submucosal inflammation only
UC
Psuedopolyps
UC
Crypts abcesses
UC
Bleeding is common
UC
Megacolon
UC(inflammation process produces too much NO)
Increase risk of colorectal carcinoma?
UC
Cobblestone mucosa
Crohn's
Always involves the rectum
UC
Always involves the anus
Crohn's
Crohn's usual onset age
15-30
More common in white jews
crohn's
No sex predilection
UC
Does not involved other area of the GI just colon
UC
Gross features are inflammatory peudopolyps
UC
Polyps are friable resulting in bloody residual mucosa
UC
Microscopically you will see crypts abcesses
Ulcerative colitis
Clinical findings
Recurrent left sided abdominal cramping with bloody diarrhea and mucus
UC
On radiograph one see "Lead pipe"
UC
Complications of UC?
Toxic Megacolon
Primary sclerosing cholangitis
Adenocarcinoma
More common in women
Crohn's
Transmural infection
Crohn's
Involves other areas of the GI tract like the mouth..
Crohn's
Apthous ulcers are a early sign
Crohn's
Skip Lesions
Crohn's
Clinical findings:
Recurrent right lower quadrant colicky pain with diarrhea
Crohn's
Crohn's Histologic
What
Crohn's Ulcer
What
Erythema Nodsum
what
UC endoscopy
what
UC Histologic
what
UC histologic
what
UC histologic
what
pANCA is mostly seen in?
UC
ASCA is mostly seen in?
Crohn's
Pyogenic Gangrenosum is most commonly seen in ppl. with?
UC
Which disease is "fat creeping" pathomimmonic for?
Crohn's-bc it's transmural
Thickening of the wall of the colon is most likely?
Crohn's
Pseudo Polyps are associated with?
UC
What disease do you see stricture formation?
Crohn's-bc transmural inflammation
True/False
Psuedo Polyps are normal mucosa
True- Mostly seen in UC