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1. Please list your last name and zip code:
2. What is your specialty?
3. How many patients with IBD do you see each week?
4. In a patient with ulcerative colitis, what are the factors that increase the risk of UC-associated colorectal cancer?
5. Your patient, a 25-year-old male, presented with 2-3 bloody BM. His colonoscopy showed mild rectosigmoid ulcerative colitis. Mesalamine 2.4 g/day is started with resolution of symptoms and normalization of CRP. A year later, he is noted to have a new increased level of alkaline phosphatase on routine lab work. MRI/MRCP confirms primary sclerosing cholangitis. When and how often should he start getting his colorectal cancer surveillance colonoscopy?