Pediatric Gut Club - September 2018
- Present an unusual story leading to endoscopy;
- Review differential granulomas;
- Discuss ideas for further work-up and management.
- Present a case of peripartum stroke in a prolonged course of hematochezia;
- Discuss the presentation and natural history of ischemic colitis;
- Vascular events as an initial presentation for IBD;
- Review the therapeutic course and plan for surveillance.
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Section Chief, Pediatric Gastroenterology
NorthShore University HealthSystem
University of Chicago, Pritzker School of Medicine
3rd Year Fellow
University of Chicago
Joseph Runde, DO
2nd Year Fellow
University of Chicago
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