Angiodysplasia differential diagnosis

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Editor-In-Chief: C. Michael Gibson, M.S., M.D. [1] Associate Editor(s)-in-Chief:

Overview

Angiodysplasia must be differentiated from other diseases that cause hematochezia, melena, and iron deficiency anemia , such as hemorrhoids, diverticular disease and colon cancer.

Differentiating Angiodysplasia from other Diseases

Angiodysplasia must be differentiated from Diverticulosis, Colon cancer, and Hemorrhoids.

Diseases Clinical manifestations Para-clinical findings Gold standard Additional findings
Symptoms Physical examination
Lab Findings Imaging Histopathology
Symptom 1 Symptom 2 Symptom 3 Physical exam 1 Physical exam 2 Physical exam 3 Lab 1 Lab 2 Lab 3 Imaging 1 Imaging 2 Imaging 3
Diverticular Disease Abdominal Cramps Bloating diarrhoea colonoscopy
Hemorrhoids hematochezia anal pain anal protrusion anoscopy
Colon cancer tenesmus bowel habits change weight loss colonoscopy
Diseases Symptom 1 Symptom 2 Symptom 3 Physical exam 1 Physical exam 2 Physical exam 3 Lab 1 Lab 2 Lab 3 Imaging 1 Imaging 2 Imaging 3 Histopathology Gold standard Additional findings
Differential Diagnosis 4
Differential Diagnosis 5
Differential Diagnosis 6

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