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The majority of infectious colitides are never biopsied, as the patient's symptoms often resolve before the patient has time to see a gastroenterologist.
It was originally felt to be a specific CT finding for Clostridium difficile-induced pseudomembranous colitis, but it has also been described with colitides of differing etiologies.
Gastral antral biopsy in the differentiation of pediatric colitides.
1) Joel Greenson, MD, professor of pathology at the University of Michigan and past president of the Gastrointestinal Pathology Society, focused on the evolving role of diagnostic pathologists in managing patients with an increasingly complex array of colitides.