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BOF: 2.106

A 50-year-old female presents with a history of diarrhoea. The diarrhoea is associated with bloating and passage of a lot of wind.  She has a long-standing history of Raynaudís phenomenon.

On examination you note that she has a beak like nose, a small mouth with perioral puckering of the skin (pseudorhagades). On examination of her hands you note sclerodacyly and nail fold capillary dilatation.

In this patient which of the following investigations is likely to reveal the diagnosis?

a)      Distal duodenal biopsy

b)      Small bowel follow through

c)      Colonoscopy

d)      Enteroscopy

e)      Glycocholic acid breath test

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