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Witte raven

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roos koopman

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A.G.M.M. Koopman Het is zwart en wit en staat in de wei 2 witte raven in de polder Syndroom van McKittrick-Wheelock villeus adenoom van het rectum Man 73 jaar Immunoglobulin G4-related disease Vrouw, 83 jaar VG: Iris tumor linker oog
Chronische pancreatitis

A: Hoestklachten
Roken +++
Alcohol -


PA: Aspecifieke ontsteking

Lab: IgA 4.39, IgG4 1.62

5% van de adenomen Villeus adenoom Hematochezia McKittrick-Wheelock Niet specifieke klachten Geelzucht of pancreatitis McKittrick-Wheelock Familiaire component 40% maligne ontaarding Symptomen Electrolyten verstoring Diarree Pre-renale nier insufficiëntie VG: HT
Chronische NI e.c.i.
Chronische vermoeidheid

SEH: 2x gecollabeerd
5 dagen diarree

LO: fors gedehydreerd

Lab: Na: 131, K 3.1, Kreat 126,
eGFR 32

Col: grote villeuze poliep

PA: Villeus adenoom Literatuur Pubmed: 29 artikelen Case-reports 4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13, 14, 15, 16 Geslacht: 7 mannen
6 vrouwen

Mediane leeftijd: 65 jr (range: 30-78)

Diarree: 13 patienten
Duur: 5 dagen - 2 jaar
Hypokaliemie: 13 patienten
Hyponatriemie: 13 patienten
Nierfunctie: 8 patienten

Rectaal toucher: 2 patienten 13 artikelen Behandeling Elektrolyten

Resectie Referenties Up-to-date Systemische ziekte

Opgezwollen laesies

Plasmacellen IgG4-positief

Storiforme fibrosis

Serum IgG4 (60-70%) IgG 4 1.82

BSE 17 1.

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