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Cancer Ibd Patients
Increased with time: Colon ca risk is increased in ulc colitis (uc) and crohn's colitis (cd). Risk increases by .5-1%/yr above general public, after 8-10 years after diagnosis. Small bowel cd has increased risk of small bowel ca; cd has increased risk lymphatic ca (lymphoma). Generally recommend annual colonoscopy/biopsy after 8-10 years of disease. Risk ca increased more in diffuse uc vs. Left sided disease. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What would cause a rectovaginal fistula, not related to birth or ibd.. I have one and don't know why? Please help.. Worried I have cancer
Will a video colonoscopy completely rule out crohans disease, ulcerative colitis and other ibd. Will it also rule out cancer?
Not all: Colonoscopy will rule out colon cancer , ulcerative colitis , ( early uc in remission may not show the disease ) but not crohn's involving only small bowel only , other ibd some times may not have visible pathology . All of these diseases need biopsy as a proof. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have diarrhea for around 20 days now got fecal calprotectin 77ug/g should I be worried abt cancer or ibd?
IBS VS IBD: Given the duration of your symptoms , you need a prompt reevaluation. Exam and labs. Especially stool for O& P, Giardia , c diff , isospora, cryptosporidium. And h pylori. A Gi cosult for colonoscopy an endoscopy. While you are getting things set up , you should move to a gluten free diet Wholeapproach.com and gutbliss.com. They will do biopsies to evaluAte for cancer and IBD and celiac. ...Read more
Is elevated lipase associated with early lung cancer? I know amylase is, but my amylase is normal.. I also know elevated lipase is associated with pancreatitis, cp, celiac disease, ulcer, ibd
I am having a CT colonography due to chronic constipation & pencil stools. Will this show IBD, such as Crohn's/Colitis as well as colon/rectal cancer?
CT resolution : CT examination illustrates the anatomy of a part of the body, the lay of the land. The functionality of the lining of the wall is best illustrated by a colonoscopic exam. Talk to your doc about why he is doing any given exam on you. ...Read more
Smoke/alco free 15 months. New labs show high ldh + lipase; borderline low amylase + globulin. Already ruled out ibd, celiac, mono, hep, hiv, tb, lupus, ra. July ct=normal liver/kidneys/panc. Cancer?
MRCP: Looks like you have pancreatitis, but if you have not had alcohol, need mrcp to see if there any pancreatic duct abnormalities. Need more info, were you drinking before and did you have multiple pancreatits before? Mrcp followed by eus would help. Ercp may be needed once acute episode is resolved, or if you find any stricture in the duct. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Wide variety: Ibd is a spectrum of diseases that includes crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis and indeterminate colitis. These disease may vary in their distribution and associated symptoms. Because it represents inflammation of the GI tract - and pain, diarrhea, bleeding and wt loss is common. It can also have extra intestinal manifestations - skin, eyes, joints, liver. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
IBD : You didn't mention which ibd you have? Crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis! how long you have the disease? I don't see you taking any medication, at least not from this history. Are you on remission or relapse? Why do you want surgery? Please leave up to your doctor, who is treating you, to decide when you need surgery. Some have good result and some don't. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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