28 notecards = 7 pages (4 cards per page)
What does gastroesophageal varices present with?
history of alcoholism with hematemesis and profound anemia
What is associated with portal hypertension?
What is seen after gastric bypass surgery?
What is caused by chemotherapy?
What causes chronic gastritis?
What has a high mortality rate?
rupture of esophageal varices
What occurs in premature infants?
What is associated with bloody diarrhea?
What shows a warning sign of change in bowel habits?
What has a reaction to gluten containing foods?
celiac sprue which is a maladaptive disorder
What is a preneoplastic condition?
What presents with heartburn?
What can present with epigastric pain relieved by food?
What does appendicitis present with?
acute right lower quadrant pain associated with rebound tenderness and systemic signs of inflammation
What presents with a history of alcoholism with hematemesis and profound anemia?
What is esophageal varices associated with?
When is dumping syndrome seen?
after gastric bypass surgery
What may stomatitis be caused by?
What does H. pylori cause?
What does the rupture of esophageal have?
a high mortality rate
Who does necrotizing enterocolitis occur in?
What is ulcerative colitis associated with?
What does colon cancer have?
a warning sign of change in bowel habits
What does the maladaptive behavior of celiac sprue occur from?
a reaction to gluten containing foods
What is Barrett esophagus?
a neoplastic condition
What does a hiatal hernia present with?
What does a gastric ulcer present with?
epigastric pain relieved by food
What presents with acute right lower quadrant pain associated with rebound tenderness and systemic signs of inflammation?