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A previously healthy 69-year-old woman presented with an acute abdomen ten days after taking an antibiotic for a dental abscess.
The specimen consisted of a total colectomy specimen with a portion of terminal ileum.
The bowel wall was mildly thickened and the colonic mucosa was diffusely covered by tenacious gray-green exudate.
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• Amebic colitis
• Collagenous colitis
• Idiopathic inflammatory bowel disease
• Lymphocytic colitis
• Neutropenic enterocolitis
• Pseudomembranous colitis
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