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By Andrew S. Warner

ISBN-10: 0763776386

ISBN-13: 9780763776381

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Pathologist A physician trained in the evaluation of organs, tissues, and cells, usually under a microscope; assists in determining and characterizing the presence of disease. Risk The chance or probability that something will or will not happen. Gastroenterologist A physician who specializes in diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, liver, and pancreas. 20 Each of the following procedures (except capsule endoscopy) is performed using an endoscope (in the case of colonoscopy, the tool is called a colonoscope).

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is especially helpful in detecting abdominal and pelvic abscesses; it can also be used to evaluate the bile duct and pancreatic duct. Virtual colonoscopy: A CT scan of the colon. This radiologic examination technique is still in the early stages of development but shows promise as a method to detect colon abnormalities. Bile duct A channel through which bile flows from the liver to the intestines. Upper endoscopy Aprocedureinwhicha small,thin,flexible, lightedtubewitha cameraontheendis passedthroughthe mouthintotheesophagus,stomach,and duodenum.

How long someone can safely take prednisone is a subject of much debate. Usually, the duration of therapy is from a few weeks to a few months. Prednisone should never be abruptly discontinued but rather slowly tapered off, commonly by 5 to 10 mg each week. Abrupt discontinuation can be potentially life-threatening by inducing a sudden drop in blood pressure, which is also known as an adrenal crisis. When you take prednisone, your adrenal glands become dormant and stop producing cortisone, the body’s own natural corticosteroid.

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