On behalf of JPGN I’m pleased to share with you the post-publication education materials for October 2022.

Self-Assessment/Continuing Medical Education

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Drug-induced Liver Injury in Pediatrics
Monge-Urrea, Fernanda; Montijo-Barrios, Ericka

Gastroschisis for the Gastroenterologist: Updates on Epidemiology, Management, and Outcomes
Khushal, Salina; Ladd, Mitchell R.; Fundora, Jennifer B.; Shores, Darla R.

Moving Complementary Feeding Forward: Report on a Workshop of the Federation of International Societies for Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition (FISPGHAN) and the World Health Organization Regional Office for Europe
Theurich, Melissa A.; Fewtrell, Mary; Baumgartner, Jeannine; Perkin, Michael R.; Breda, Joao; Wickramansinghe, Kremlin; Weber, Martin W.; Koletzko, Berthold

Outcomes in Patients with Inflammatory Bowel Disease Transitioning from Pediatric to Adult Care: A Scoping Review
Bihari, Allison; Olayinka, Lily; Kroeker, Karen I.

Evaluation of Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease in Children on the Autism Spectrum: A Study Evaluating the Tolerance and Utility of the BRAVO Wireless pH Monitoring
Rodriguez, Leonel; Morley-Fletcher, Alessio; Winter, Harland; Timothy, Buie

Transient Elastography Measures of Hepatic Steatosis and Fibrosis Are Associated With Body Composition Among US Adolescents
Unalp-Arida, Aynur; Ruhl, Constance E.

Effects of a Novel High-Quality Protein Infant Formula on Energetic Efficiency and Tolerance: A Randomized Trial
Kuehn, Devon; Zeisel, Steven H.; Orenstein, Diana F.; German, J. Bruce; Field, Catherine J.; Teerdhala, Shiva; Knezevic, Andrea; Patil, Sujata; Donovan, Sharon M.; Lönnerdal, Bo


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16-year-old male with ulcerative pancolitis on vedolizumab transferred care with ongoing symptoms of epigastric and periumbilical abdominal pain, early satiety, fatigue, and non-bloody diarrhea. Labs notable for hypoalbuminemia 2.6 g/dL (3.4–5.0 g/dL) since diagnosis. Magnetic resonance enterography (MRE) notable for marked gastric wall thickening. Endoscopy showed marked thickening of the gastric rugal folds and pancolitis (Mayo score 2). Histopathology showed gastric mucosa with focal reactive changes and foveolar hyperplasia, while immunostaining for cytomegalovirus and H pylori were negative. What is the most likely diagnosis?

Happy Reading!
Tanaz Farzan Danialifar MD, JPGN CME Editor

Special thanks to:
JPGN CME Team: Terry Sigman MD, Gary Neidich MD, Dominique Bailey MD, Kelly Thomsen MD, Thomas Ciecierega MD, Maria Perez MD, Annanthesekar Ponnanbalam, MD, Rachel Kassel MD
Image of the Month Team: Ayesha Baig, MD; Scott Bolton, MD; Thomas M Attard, MD; Wenly Ruan, MD; Omar Alharbi, MD, MPH; Diana Lerner, MD
Editors-in-Chief Europe: Dominique C. Belli, MD; North America: Sandeep K. Gupta, MD

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