Editor's quiz: GI snapshot

February 2008
Gut;Feb2008, Vol. 57 Issue 2, p222
Academic Journal
The article presents an answer to a quiz which asks for the diagnosis of a 40- year-old woman who complained of pain and swelling in her left groin and presented a skin lesion on the dorsum of her left hand. It claims that the hand condition presents the characteristic of pyoderma gangrenosum which often causes inflammatory bowel diseases. Extensive diagnosis concludes that the woman suffers from Crohn's disease.


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