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" The diagnostic criteria developed by Jalan et al may be helpful to guide the history. They are as follows:
Radiographic evidence colonic dilatation (classic finding is >6 cm in the transverse colon)
Three of the following - Fever (>101.5°F), tachycardia (>120), leukocytosis (>10.5), or anemia
One of the following - Dehydration, altered mental status, electrolyte abnormality, or hypotension"


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" The diagnostic criteria developed by Jalan et al may be helpful to guide the history. They are as follows:
Radiographic evidence colonic dilatation (classic finding is >6 cm in the transverse colon)
Three of the following - Fever (>101.5°F), tachycardia (>120), leukocytosis (>10.5), or anemia
One of the following - Dehydration, altered mental status, electrolyte abnormality, or hypotension"


But you can argue with yourself about it!!!
 

 
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