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Enteric cond's

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What are the etiology and risk factors for diverticular disease Over 40, male, low fiber diet, alcohol, obesity, lack of exercise, smoking If it is in a person <40, linked with obesity, male, alcohol
Describe the anatomy of the colon with diverticula Pouches of mucosa/submucosa that has herniated through a weakened area of bowel wall. Likely where areterioles enter
What role does fiber have in maintaining a healthy colon
What are the clinical manifestations of diverticulitis
What are the possible complications if diverticulitis
How is diverticular disease managed
How is diverticulosis managed
How is diverticulitis managed Bowel rest (npo or clear liquids) and antibiotics, if severe may need IVAB
Is a colostomy that is created for DD permanent or temporary Temporary
What are the clinical manifestations of FAP
How is diagnosis of FAP confirmed?
When Dx is confirmed in a teenager how is the disease managed
What are the surgical options for FAP
Created by: Beth Perry