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Gastroenterology Clinical Case Series

Is it Always’ Crohn’s?

Part 1

Case Presentation, Differential Diagnosis, and Workup

3:20

Part 2

Diagnosis, Treatment, and Follow-Up

9:21

CTLA-4 inhibitors act via which mechanism?

Beta blocker

Immune checkpoint blockade

Incretin mimetic

Dopamine antagonist


Answer: Immune checkpoint blockade

Program Contributors
David Rubin, MD
David Rubin, MD

Joseph B. Kirsner
Professor of Medicine,
Hepatology and Nutrition

Section Chief: Gastroenterology

Co-Director: Digestive Disease Center


Vijaya Rao, MD
Vijaya Rao, MD

Gastroenterology Fellow

University of Chicago
School of Medicine


Christopher Chapman, MD
Christopher Chapman, MD

Gastroenterology Fellow

University of Chicago
School of Medicine


Emmanuel Coronel, MD
Emmanuel Coronel, MD

Gastroenterology Fellow

University of Chicago
School of Medicine


M. Anthony Sofia, MD
M. Anthony Sofia, MD

Gastroenterology Fellow

University of Chicago
School of Medicine


Manish Sharma, MD
Manish Sharma, MD

Medical Oncologist

Assistant Professor of Medicine

University of Chicago
School of Medicine


Matt Stier, MD
Matt Stier, MD

Gastroenterology Fellow

University of Chicago
School of Medicine


Adjoa Anyane-Yeboa, MD
Adjoa Anyane-Yeboa, MD

Gastroenterology Fellow

University of Chicago
School of Medicine


Bilal Gondal, MD, MRCS
Bilal Gondal, MD, MRCS

Gastroenterology Fellow

University of Chicago
School of Medicine