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Clerkship Topics | Gastroenterology:

Small and Large Bowel Disease

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This is a big section! Don't be intimidated. Just take it one piece at a time. (Note: IBD has a separate section)

ileus

obstruction

malabsorptive disorders

acute mesenteric ischemia and ischemic colitis

appendicitis

pernicious anemia (and schilling test)

irritable bowel syndrome

Chapter
AccessMedicine > Principles and Practice of Hospital Medicine > Chapter 161. Small Bowel Disorders
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Chapter
AccessMedicine > Principles and Practice of Hospital Medicine > Chapter 162. Large Bowel Disorders
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Chapter
AccessMedicine > Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine, 19e > Disorders of Absorption
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Section
AccessMedicine > Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine, 19e > Megaloblastic Anemias > CAUSES OF COBALAMIN DEFICIENCY
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Chapter
AccessMedicine > Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine, 19e > The Schilling Test
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Chapter
AccessMedicine > Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine, 19e > Irritable Bowel Syndrome
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Case File
AccessMedicine > Resident Readiness®: Internal Medicine > Appendicitis > A 26-Year-Old Man with Diffuse Abdominal Pain for the Past 12 Hours
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Case File
AccessMedicine > Resident Readiness®: Internal Medicine > Lower GI Bleed > A 62-Year-Old Woman with Bright Red Blood Per Rectum
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Case File
AccessMedicine > Resident Readiness®: Internal Medicine > Large Bowel Obstruction > A 70-Year-Old Man with Crampy Mid-Abdominal Pain
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External Activity
case: diverticulitis
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External Activity
Case: IBS
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Case File
AccessMedicine > Resident Readiness®: Internal Medicine > Biliary Colic > A 55-Year-Old Woman with Crampy Epigastric Pain
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Section
AccessMedicine > Exploring Essential Radiology > Abdomen > GIT Obstruction
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Section
AccessMedicine > Exploring Essential Radiology > Abdomen > Gastrointestinal Perforation
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