Medicine: IBD

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what are the types of IBD

ulcerative colitis and crohns


what is the incidence of chrons vs. UC

5-10/100K vs. 10-20/100K


what is the prevalence of crohn's vs. UC

100-200/100K vs. 50-100/100K


what are the main thoughts about what causes IBDs

genetic predisposition: autoimmune



what is the relationship of smoking and crohns

higher prevalence

more severe and frequent attacks


is pain or tenesmus more of a feature of UC



what is the main symptom of UC

bloody diarrhea and systemic symptoms of inflammation


can you tell UC from infective colitis grossly


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what is this



what will UC show histologically

crypt loss, distortion, inflammation around the glands

shows that it is chronic

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