Flashcards in Prof Russell Tutorial #2 Deck (18):
key features of inflammatory pain?
improves with movement
worse with rest
what are the 2 types of joint complications in IBD: UC Crohn's?
small joint arthritis
axial arthropathy in UC associated with which joints?
what is a crystal arthropathy?
Describe the location, histology, pattern and treatment for crohn's?
no J-pouch surgery
Describe the location, histology, pattern and treatment for UC?
starts in rectum
surgery - J Pouch surgery
what is colitis mean?
12 causes of colitis?
Bacterial infection- salmonella, shigella, campylobacter
Clostridium difficile subsequent to antibiotic use
Entamoeba histolytica infection
Viral infection- CMV
Ischaemic- due to arterial disease
Collagenous colitis (though this causes more of a watery diarrhea.) Often associated with NSAIDs and coeliac disease
Oral contraceptive pill use?
what infections cause colitis?
What virus causes colitis?
before prescribing steroids what 4 things to ask?
Hep B (chronic)
6 organs affected by IBD?
what is PSC? what does it lead to?
primary sclerosing cholangitis, leads to biliary cirrhosis
where can NSAIDS cause ulceration?
from oesophagus to small/large bowel, not just stomach
small bowel diarrhoea characteristics?
4 causes of general fluid retention?
Chronic Liver Disease
3 causes of localised fluid retention?