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pance2 GASTROINTESTINAL GI
Amiodarone, may cause...
Medication that is 40% iodine...
Treatment for Achalasia:
One consequence of Chaga's disease...
Disease of the mesenteric plexus of the esophagus, that results in failure of relaxation of the lower esophageal sphincter (LES) (distal esophagus)...
bird's beak on esophagram
esophageal pseudodiverticula seen on esophagram...
may be caused by candida esophagitis
(Hx of odynophagia)
what is odynophagia?
(dysphagia= difficult swalloging)
What part of the digestive system is mostly affected by Crohn's Disease?
(last part of small intestine)
Transmural inflammation, thickening and deep fissuring ulcers... signs of which intestinal disorder?
NG tube prevents the LES to close, leading to possible...
esophageal stricture with dysphagia
Cutis hyperelastica, AKA:
Excessive deposition of collagen in various organs
hidebound bowel on radiographic exam...
(due to small bowel dilation with crowding of folds)
Hemangioma on MRI T2, looks...
Hemangioma on Ultrasound looks...
Charcot's triad is typically seen in which disease?
What are the signs of the Charcot's triad?
Pain, Fever, Jaundice
(seen in Ascending Cholangitis)
Bacterial infection of an obstructed biliary system, called: