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Which inflammatory bowel disease (Chron's or Colitis)? Rectal bleeding
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Ulcerative colitis
Which inflammatory bowel disease (Chron's or Colitis)? Severe diarrhea
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Colitis
Which inflammatory bowel disease (Chron's or Colitis)? Pain is common
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Chron's
Which inflammatory bowel disease (Chron's or Colitis)? Severe anorexia and weight loss
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Chron's
Which inflammatory bowel disease (Chron's or Colitis)? Severe growth retardation
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Chron's
Which inflammatory bowel disease (Chron's or Colitis)? Anal, perianal lesions and fistulas or strictures
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Chron's
Which inflammatory bowel disease (Chron's or Colitis)? Segmental, disease-free "skip areas," cobblestone appearance
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Chron's
Which inflammatory bowel disease (Chron's or Colitis)? Continuous, superficial, tenesmus
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Colitis
Which inflammatory bowel disease (Chron's or Colitis)? Low serum iron, low total iron-binding capacity, low serum albumin
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Chron's
Which inflammatory bowel disease (Chron's or Colitis)? High WBC count with a shift to the left
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Colitis
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During inspection of a patient's perianal area you note skin tags and fissures. You know this finding is highly suspicious for...
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Chron's disease
What diagnostic tool is used to help distinguish between Chron's disease and ulcerative Colitis?
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Radiologic studies such as an Upper GI series
What vitamin and mineral deficiencies are common in children with inflammatory bowel diseases like Chron's and Ulcerative Colitis?
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Iron Zinc Magnesium Vit B12
What type of diet is recommended for children with inflammatory bowel diseases?
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High protein, high carb. No lactose during periods of flare-ups Vitamin/mineral supplementation
What types of medications are used to mediate and control inflammation from inflammatory bowel diseases like Chron's and Ulcerative Colitis?
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Corticosteroids, Aminosalicylates: Sulfasalazine for Crohn’s, Mesalamine for Ulcerative Colitis, Immunosuppressives, Remicade (Infliximab) inducing and maintaining remission
5-aminosalicylates (5-ASA) is a medication used to prevent relapse of what inflammatory bowel disease?
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Ulcerative Colitis
Antibiotics like metronidazole and ciprofloxacin are typically used for patients with what inflammatory bowel disease?
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Chron's
Immunomodulators are often used to help maintain remission for patients with inflammatory bowel diseases. What should the patients be monitored for while using this class of drugs?
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Neutropenia and hepatoxicity
Which side is more commonly impacted by cleft lip or cleft palate?
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The left
Cleft lip is traditionally surgically repaired around the age of ________.
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2-3 months
Cleft palate is surgically repaired around the age of ________.
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9-18 months
  
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