PANCE Flashcards Gastroenterology GI


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Fat, forty, female, fertile w/ RUQ pain
 
Cholelithiasis or Cholecystitis
Fever, RUQ pain, radiation to back
 
Cholecystitis
Elevated Alkaline phosphatase, urinary bilirubin
 
Cholecystitis
F, RUQ pain, Jaundice, gallstones & dilated common duct on US
 
Ascending cholangitis (Charcot’s triad)
Hx IBD, progressive RUQ pain, wt loss, F, jaundice & pruritis. Elevated bilrubin & alkaline phosphate. ERCP with bile duct stenosis, dilatation
 
Primary sclerosing cholangitis (diffuse intra- and extrahepatic duct sclerosing and dilatation)
Elevated AST, ALT, indirect bilirubin
 
hepatitis
Isolated elevated indirect bilirubin
 
Gilbert’s syndrome
Elevated indirect bilirubin w/ defective glucuronyl transferase
 
Crigler-Najjar Dz
Photosensitivity, abd pain w/ neurologic dysfunction, erythema or skin fragility
 
porphyria
H.pylori gastritis
 
2antibiotics & PPI
Chronic cough, bitter taste in mouth or throat, dyspepsia
 
GERD
Multiple or constant GI ulcer pain despite medications
 
Zollinger-Ellison Syndrome
Peri-umbilical or flank ecchymosis
 
Acute pancreatitis (Cullen & Grey Turner’s Sign)
N/V, epigastric abdominal pain, worse supine, caused by alcohol ingestion, or following fatty meals
 
Acute pancreatitis
Abdominal distension, bloating, intermittent, colicky pain, high-pitched rushes & tinkles
 
SBO
Air fluid levels on upright abd plain film
 
SBO
Air under diaphragm, rigid board-like abdomen
 
Perforated viscus, perforated ulcer
>60yo F, LLQ pain
 
Diverticulitis. IV Abx, fluids, NPO.
Elderly, Hx atherosclerosis. Dull crampy periumbilical pain post-prandial
 
Mesenteric ischemia
Neonate w/ projectile vomiting. Olive sized mass.
 
Pyloric stenosis
Choking, cyanosis, respiratory distress, increased secretions in 1st hours of life
 
Tracheoesophageal fistula
Painless rectal bleeding in pediatrics
 
Meckel’s diverticulum
Alcoholic with massive hemoptysis
 
Esophageal varicies (Tx w/ octreotide)
Female with recurrent abdominal pain, alternating diarrhea, constipation. Pain relieved with defecation.
 
IBS. TCA’s (nortriptyline) good if diarrhea predominant symptom
Bloody Diarrhea
 
Ulcerative colitis
Supraclavicular LAD (L > R)
 
Virchow’s node – metastatic abdominal cancer
Hard periumbilical nodule
 
Sister mary Joseph nodule = indicates metastatic gastric and pancreatic cancers
PUD, Pernicious anemia (Type A Gastritis), H. pylori
 
Gastric Ca
Apple core lesion
 
Colon Cancer
Elderly with positive hemmocult.
 
Colon Cancer – get colonoscopy
CEA
 
Colon Carcinoma
Family history of young age colon cancer, multiple polyps found on colonoscopy
 
Familial adenomatous polyposis (Gardner’s syndrome)
AFP
 
Hepatocellular carcinoma, testicular seminoma (germ cell tumor)
CA 19-9
 
Pancreatic Ca
CA-125
 
Ovarian Carcinoma
Chemotherapy induced N&V
 
Treat with Ondansetron (Zofran) (5-HT3 blockers)
Traveler’s Diarrhea
 
E. coli is cause. Hydration & Cipro to treat
Greasy, foul smelling, floating stools. Pear-shaped flagellated protozoan w/ 2 “eyes”. Water, travel, camping history
 
Giardia
Afebrile, watery or loose stool. No blood or mucus
 
Viral Gastroenteritis
Abdominal pain, diarrhea after picnic/party. Eaten ham, cream, custards, mayonnaise
 
Staphylococcus aureus infectious diarrhea
Acute bacterial diarrhea w/ prodrome of HA, F, then crampy abd pain & diarrhea
 
Campylobacter jejuni – most common cause of acute bacterial diarrhea
Painless rectal bleeding. Bulging perianal mass w/ straining
 
Internal hemorrhoids
Pediatric with perianal pruritis esp. at PM. Positive cellophane tape test
 
Pruritis ani – Pinworms (enterobiasis). Tx is Mebendazole
Weight loss, recurrent greasy stools (steatorrhea) mixed with diarrhea after certain foods
 
Celiac Sprue
Anti-endomysial antibodies
 
Celiac Sprue
Beriberi
 
Thiamine; Alcoholics, Neuro Sx
Pellagra
 
Niacin (4D’s dermatitis, diarrhea, dementia, death), bright red tongue
Scurvy
 
Vit C (easy bleeding, bruising, hair & tooth loss, joint pain & swelling)
Rickets
 
Vit D (Osteomalacia)
Night blindness
 
Vit A deficiency
Magenta tongue
 
Riboflavin deficiency (B2)
s/p gastric bypass surgery or gastric surgery. N, abd cramping, dizziness after eating. No masses, bleeding
 
Dumping syndrome
crampy abdominal pain, increased high pitched bowel sounds, gas only in the small intestine
 
Small bowel obstruction
gas with obstipation and failure to pass flatus
 
Paralytic ileus
hypocalcemia in ESRD
 
deficiency of vitamin D
somatostatin receptor scintography
 
ze study of choice
Two top causes of hypercalcemia
 
Primary hyperparathyroidism and malignancy account for 90% of all cases of hypercalcemia. Ten to twenty percent of patients with cancer develop hypercalcemia, most commonly because of breast, lung, kidney, head and neck carcinomas, and multiple myeloma and lymphoma.
soft tissue thickening of the pericolic fat, diverticula, and thickening of the bowel wall
 
CT findings consistent with diverticulitis
haustral markings
 
haustral markings= LARGE BOWEL.
cause of LBO
 
cancer, diverticulum, volvulus
causes of SBO
 
adhesions, hernia
Rx indicated for prevention of NSAID ulcers
 
omeprazole
Trx systemic htn/ascites
 
start sprinolactone. if refractory can do paracentesis or tips
the best visualization of an esopahgeal web or ring.
 
barium esophagram
Barium studies contraindication
 
patients with a possible perforation
acute performation
 
perform hartmann procedure, if scheduled colectomy and primary anastomosis is considered.
PUD imaging
 
upper endoscopy
absence of ganglion cells in the colon and typically presents early in life with failure to pass meconium, followed by vomiting and abdominal distension.
 
Hirschsprung disease
pyloric stenosis imaging
 
upper GI with barium
inner tube or coffee bean on imaging
 
volvulus
The treatment of choice for diarrhea caused by Giardia
 
metronidazole 250 to 750 mg po three times per day.
cholera DOC
 
doxycycline or tetracycline
drug used to treat Campylobacter.
 
Erythromycin
drug used to treat cholera and shigellosis.
 
Quinolones
at what size do cecal obstructions require surgery
 
>12cm require surgical intervention
d/c what drug prior to fecal and urea breath testing.
 
no PPI 1-2 weeks prior to fecal and urea breath testing.
increased serum ammonia
 
asterixis; consider hepatic encephalopathy- give lactulose
autoimmune heptatitis
 
corticosteroids
Celiac diet (abstain from eating)
 
BROW: Barley Rye Oats Wheat
lead pipe colon, thumbprinting, loss of haustral markings
 
ulcerative colitis
Double bubble on Xray
 
represents duodenal atresia (related to Down Syndrome)
most common complication associated with acute pancreatitis.
 
Pancreatic pseudocysts suspected for a patient who has continued abdominal pain, the development of an abdominal mass, and continued elevations of amylase or lipase levels following an episode of acute pancreatitis.
alendronate (fosamax), which is known to cause what ADR
 
esophagitis
hypochloremic alkalosis with potassium depletion.
 
pyloric stenosis
hallmark of peptic ulcer disease
 
Dyspepsia (epigastric pain)
variceal hemorrhage prophylaxis
 
Beta blocker
affects women typically between ages 40 and 60. It is often discovered incidentally when the serum alkaline phosphatase level is found to be elevated.
 
Primary biliary cirrhosis
Calcification of the gall bladder, frequently referred to as a porcelain gall bladder, and single, solitary, large, gall stone
 
gall bladder cancer
A significantly elevated PT/INR as well as bilirubin > 10 mg/dl
 
indicators of severe alcoholic hepatitis and increased mortality requiring hospitalization
hematemesis with severe retrosternal tearing pain
 
boerhaave's syndrome- get esophogram and emergent surgical consult
esophagram with "birds beak"
 
achalasia- tx botox, myotomy
smooth circumferential structure in the distal esophagus
 
schatzki ring- get esophagram
dysphagia with regurgitation of food especially in the am; older patients
 
zenker's diverticulum; get barium esophagram, surgery in severe cases
esophageal web may develop from what deficiency?
 
iron deficiency (plummer vinson syndrome)
when to take PPIs
 
take 30 minutes before meals
complication of GERD
 
barrett's esophagus (which has an increased risk adenocarcinoma); tx long term PPI
serum gastrin level >150
 
consider ZES
ulcer disease- weight loss versus weight gain
 
GUS- weight loss DUS- weight gain
two main causes indirect unconjugated bilirubinemia
 
hemolysis, inherited (gilbert, crigler)
biliary colic, n/v, jaundice, ELEVATED LFTs
 
choledolithiasis
fever, RUQ pain, jaundice
 
charcot's triad
risk of pancreatitis with what procedure
 
ERCP
women (40-50) with fatigue, jaundice, pruritis, hepatomegaly, elevated alk phos, AMA +
 
Primary biliary cirrhosis; treat with bile acid sequestrant, cure is transplant
Gold standard dx biliary cirrhosis
 
liver biopsy
womean 30-50 with fatigue, anorexia, arthralgias, +ANA, +ASMA
 
Autoimmune hepatitis, get liver biopsy
fatigue, jaundice, pruritis, pain; associated with ulcerative colitis
 
primary sclerosing cholangitis
nontender palpable gall bladder with hx weight loss
 
klatskin tumor/cholangiocarcionoma
rx causes acute pancreatitis
 
azothioprine, pentamide, valproate, thiazides
Ranson Criteria
 
At admission: "GA LAW" (Glucose 200, Age>55, LDH >350, AST>250, WBCcount>16)
* At 48 hours: "C HOBBS" (as in Calvin and Hobbes): (Calcium, Hematocrit, O2, BUN, Basedeficit, Sequestration (of fluid) greater than 6 L
most common cause chronic pancreatitis
 
alcohol abuse
-other causes CF, hyperparathyroidism, hx acute panc.
imaging of choice chronic pancreatitis
 
CT- look for calcifications
most common location pancreatic cancer
 
head
increased % transferrin sat
 
hemochromatosis (autosomal recessive)
low serum ceruloplasmin, increased urine copper
 
wilson's disease, treat with penicillamine
icterus, jaundince, malaise with ALT>AST (20x)
 
Viral hepatitis
chronic hep B carriers are at risk for what?
 
HCC
most common blood bourne infection
 
hepatitis C
leading cause of chronic liver failure
 
hepatitis C
diagnosis of hepatitis C
 
screen with EIA, if positive use RIBA to confirm
hepatitis C treatment
 
interferon plus ribavirin
factor that impact hep C trx
 
genotype, race (AA males less likely to respond)
most common cause cirrhosis
 
alcoholic hepatitis
non alcoholic versus alcoholic liver disease
 
if AST/ALT >2.0 think ALCOHOL
most common metastatic cancer
 
hepatocellular cancer
most common location crohn's disease
 
terminal ileum
spares the rectum
 
crohn's disease
skip lesions
 
crohn's disease
colicky RLQ pain, diarrhea, low grade fever, weight loss
 
crohn's disease
string sign
 
crohn's disease
cobblestoning
 
crohn's disease
what is malabsorbed with crohn's disease
 
vitamin B12 and Fat
most common complication crohn's disease
 
fistula
medical management crohn's disease
 
mesalamine, sulfasalazine; azathioprine; biologics (Humira)
>50 y/o with hx atherosclerotic disease sudden severe abdominal pain; post prandial
 
mesenteric ischemia
celiac sprue diet (CAN EAT)
 
CRAP (corn, rice, arrowroot, potatoes)
dematologic manifestation celiac sprue
 
dermatitis herpetiformis (pruritic papulovesicles over extensor surfaces and trunk/neck)
mucosal biopsy: villous atrophy, blunting of villi duodenum
 
findings with celiac sprue
crypt abscess
 
ulcerative colitis
complications ulcerative colitis
 
toxic megacolon, performation, cancer
treatment ulcerative colitis
 
aminosalicylate, cortiocsteroids, immunosupperives, tnf
COLECTOMY IS CURATIVE
most common cause lower GI bleed >50 y/o
 
diverticulitis
acute painless large volume maroon or bright red blood in pt >50y/o
 
diverticulosis
treatment diverticulitis
 
often self resolving, elderly give metronidazole and cipro x 10-14 days
if multiple attacks consider surgical consult
DRE: exquisite tenderness posterior midline position; anal skin tag
 
anal fissure
dilation of vascular bed above dentate line
 
internal hemorrhoids
dilation of vascular bed below dentate line
 
external hemorrhoids
intermittent dysphagia for solids and liquids, especially cold
 
diffuse esophageal spasm; treat with PPI
dysphagia to solids first, liquids later
 
esophageal cancer
affects the lower 2/3 of the esophagus
 
adenocarcinoma
foul smelling breath with oral regurgitation and coughing during meals, aspiration pneumonia
 
zenker diverticulum; tx surgical repair and myotomy
bloating, cramping, abdominal discomfort, diarrhea after gastrectomy
 
dumping syndrome
early: overdistention from excess carbslate: hypoglycemia
sudden skin flushing, wheezing, diarrhea, plaque like fibrinous deposits on the heart
 
carcinoid syndrome; treat with octeotride
recurrent crampy abdominal pain 3 day/month for the past 3 months associated with improvement with defecation, change in frequency or form of stool.
 
IBS
what GI problem has high association with Hashimoto thyroiditis
 
celiac disease

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