Males: 4.7 - 6.1 mm3
Females: 4.2 - 5.2
Males: 13.4 - 17.6
Females: 12.0 - 15.4 gm/100mL
Should always be 3X hemoglobin.
Males: 42 - 53%
Females 38 - 46%
Amount of hemoglobin.
Acute fulminating (less) acute onset, bloody diarrhea, n/v, deadly.
Chronic intermittent, slower onset, 3 months of diarrhea, vomitting fever, then recover, followed b onset.
Chronic continuous, most common. Not severe, but ongoing.
Affects 7-10% of people over 45. Benign. Sigmoid to rectum.
Vallous Adenoma-25% liklihood for malignancy.
FAmilial polyposis- most rare, runs in the family. 100% malignancy. Occur at puperty. Removed, but keep returning.
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