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CRS by Mind Map: CRS
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CRS

Infections

Sexually transmitted

Colitides

Hepatitis

Fournier's Gangrene

IBD

Crohn's

CUC

Serum markers and genetic testing

Extra intestinal manifestations

Cancer

Colon

Rectal

Anal canal

Anal margin

Hereditary

Screening and surveillance

Special Metastatic scenarios

Chemotherapy Factoids

T Stage risk of lymph node mets

CARSEP : Special

Benign anorectal

Anal dermatology

Hemorrhoids

Anal fissures

Abscesses / fistula

Levator syndrome

Proctalgia fugax

Pruritus Ani

Anal stenosis

Colonoscopy

Flumazenil (benzodiazepine antagonist)

Virtual Colonoscopy "Failed Detection Rates"

Malignant polyp (Haggitt Levels)

Polyp size correlated to "failed detection rates" (Differs for Virtual Colonoscopy)

Withdrawal Time = > 6 minutes

Quality Metrics

Endoscopic Mucosal Resection

Endoscopic Submucosal Resection

Flat Polyps

Sessile Serrated Adenomas (SSA)

Chromo-endoscopy

Narrow-band imaging

Polyp detection by Pit patterns

Preps

Antibiotics

SAQ : Hamartomatous polyps

Argon Plasma Coagulator - high freq monopolar current through ionized gas (not a laser)

Anticoagulation

Laparoscopy

CRC Trials

CARSEP : Pneumoperitoneum or capnoperitoneum

Non IBD, Non infectious Colitides

CARSEP : Neutropenic colitis

CARSEP : Microscopic/ lymphocytic/ collagenous colitis

Eosinophilic Colitis

Disuse Colitis

SAQ : Behcet's

Ostomies

Para stomal hernias

CARSEP : Complete diversion

Ileostomies

CARSEP : Emergency Stomas - higher incidence of necrosis

Pregnancy and stomas = pseudo-prolapse (resolves post delivery)

GI Bleeds

Massive LGI Bleed

CARSEP : Dieulafoy's lesion of rectum

Radiation enteritis

Disuse colitis

CARSEP : Endometriosis

Rectal varices

SRUS

Technetium versus sulfur colloid

Rectal prolapse

Surgical treatment

Etio

Preop transit study to ruleout colonic inertia

Urinary incontinence in 35%

Vaginal prolapse 15%

Diverticulitis

Hinchey classification of peritonitis

When to operate?

Giant Diverticulum

Attacks and recurrences

SAQ - in the case of surgery, a primary resection is preferred rather than diversion. Resection is almost always possible.

Role of delayed resection with initial washout laparoscopically ??

SAQ : Right sided Diverticultitis - Rare

Anatomy & Physiology

Phys

Anatomy

Functional bowel disorders

IBS

Slow transit constipation/ colonic inertia

Obstructive defecation

Ogilvie's

Chagas

Colonic volvulus

Sigmoid

Cecal

SAQ = Nonoperative reduction is typically successful

Pilonidal sinus

Acute

Chronic

Hidradenitis Suppurativa

Rectovaginal fistula

Classification

EUA for Detection

Surgical Repair

Embryology

Hirschsprung's

VACTERL Anomalies

Trauma

Colon

Rectum

Anus/sphincter

Peri operative

HIT

Blood transfusions

BE trauma

TPN

Serum Sodium in Hyperglycemia

Nerve Injuries

DVT

Cardiac Risk

CARSEP : Refeeding Syndrome

CARSEP : SCIP

Medications of Interest

Metronidazole

Steroids

Meperidine

Rectourinary Fistulas

Rectourethral Fistula

General comments

Surgery

Miscellaneous

Colonic J Pouch

Portal Vein Thrombosis

Notes about this Mind Map

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Medical Statistics

Clinical Equipoise

Meta-analysis

Central Tendency

ANCOVA - Analysis of Covariance

Relative Risk Reduction RRR

Absolute Risk Reduction ARR

Number Needed to Treat (NNT) = 1 / ARR

t- test

Fischer exact test

Log Regression

Mann-Whitney

Error Types

Phases of clinical trials

Central Tendency

C-Statistics / Receiver Operating Characteristics

Power