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Ch 5 Pathology Q's.

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Esophogeal atresia is classified as a _________ condition of the GI system. Congenital
An outpouching of the bowel wall caused by a weakening in its muscular layer is a __________. Diverticulum
The radiographic string sign is associated with: Regional enteritis
Celiac disiese is a type of: Malabsorption syndrome
The appearance of a Schatzki ring is associated with a ________ hernia. Sliding
A congenital neurogenic disiese of the GI system characterized by an absence of neurons in the bowel wall is: Hirschsprung disiese
The fewest GI tumors, both benign and malignant, occur in the: Small bowel
Which is true of colon cancer? 1. The majority of adenocarcinomas of the colon occur in the retrosogmoid area. 2. The appearance of the "Apple core" lesion is indicative of colon cancer. 3. Adenomatous polyps may develop into adenocarcinoma of the colon.
A twisting of bowel about its mesentaric base best refers to a: Volvulus
The condition in which a gallstone erodes from the gallbladder and creates a fistula to the small bowel is: Gallstone ilius
Created by: RT2017