Pale skin (anaemia) in ulcerative colitis

Pale skin (anaemia) in ulcerative colitis

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Caption: MODEL RELEASED. Pale skin (pallor) due to anaemia (haemoglobin 66) in a 9 year old female patient with ulcerative colitis. Ulcerative colitis is the inflammation and ulceration of the large intestine (colon) and bleeding can lead to anaemia. Steroid drugs to treat this condition has led to a moon face in the patient.

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