Inflammatory Bowel Disease
1. Use evidence-based diagnostic criteria to diagnose patients suspected of Inflammatory Bowel Disease (i.e. Crohn’s Disease, ulcerative colitis).
2. Develop a multidisciplinary approach and coordinate care with a gastroenterologist and a surgeon for patients with severe Crohn’s Disease.
3. Develop patient-centered treatment strategies for patients with inflammatory bowel disease, emphasizing adherence to lifestyle modifications and prescribed pharmacologic therapies.
4. Counsel patient with inflammatory bowel disease regarding their risk of cancer and cancer screening requirements.
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Paul Bornemann, MD, Associate Residency Program Director, Palmetto Health Family Medicine Residency, Director of Primary Care Ultrasound, Ultrasound Institute, Assistant Professor of Family Medicine, University of South Carolina School of Medicine, Columbia.
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