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My reasoning was that it’d be diverticulitis due to the more acute history of presentation: “fever, chills, LLQ pain for 1 day.” Crohn’s should have a longer timeline of presentation; although the skip lesions made this one really tricky. Not sure how the gross pathology photograph plays in though ...

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Why would it be a disruption of the secondary structure of collagen molecules? I thought to form the tropocollagen triple helix hydrogen bonds are needed; and FA says failure of formation of the triple helix results in Osteogenesis Imperfecta.