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Scleroderma can have these GI manifestations: PIG APE
Psuedodiverticula,
Intesetinal fibrosis
Gastroparesis
Arteritis with necrosis
Pancreatitis (calcific)
Esophogeal dismotility
SLE can have these GI manifestations
Esophogeal dimotility
Mesenteric vasculitis: (intestinal infarct, intussusception, pneumatosis intestinalis)

apropos, pneumo intest is gas in the wall as opposed to the lumen and is a sign of necrosis.
Sjogren's can have these GI manifestations
Dessication of membranes
Esophageal webs (like plummer vinson)
Pancreatitis
Primary Biliary Cirrhosis
Rheumatoid Arthritis
Gold Finger?
Of course the temperomandibular joint can be jacked.
Amyloidosis
Felty's: portal hypertension, leukopenia , rheumatoid arthritisG
Gold enterocolitis: gold therapy for RA can apparently damage enteric cells.
Wegner's granulomatosis
it causes inflammation of blood vessels and thus cuts of blood supply downstream.
Behcet's disease: how can it cause GI issues?
it is a vasculitis and can lead to mucosal ulcerations, perforations etc.
in this picture occlusion of cerebral veins caused by disease process.
This with vague GI upset. Initials DH
Celiac Disease: dermatitis herpatiforme
GI dysfunction: Neuro
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Stroke
Guillan Berre
MS
Hirshsprung's
What is this and what is it a marker for?
Spider telangectasia of Liver disease