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A 22-year-old female of Irish descent has been admitted under the care of the surgeons with a history of abdominal pain. They have concluded that the patient has non-specific abdominal pain, which they define as abdominal pain that cannot be treated by an operation. No abnormality has been detected clinically or by routine investigation. They wish to discharge the patient but would welcome your opinion. You agree to see the patient in clinic following discharge but request that they perform an investigation prior to discharge. This investigation would be:

a)      B12 and folate levels

b)      Urine for porphyrins

c)      ANCA screen

d)     Mesenteric angiogram

e)      Anti gliaden and anti endomysial antibodies

 

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