M Lansmann

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A case of massive digestive bleeding due to an arterial abnormality of the jejunal wall is reported. Its interest is twofold: a) After a complete endoscopic and operative examination of the GI tract proved negative, an emergency superior mesenteric angiography was the only investigation which allowed to recognize the site and mechanism of the bleeding; b)(More)
The oesophagic affectation seems very frequent in Darier's disease. The authors have found oesophagic lesions in 4 cases examined. The radiologic aspect of this localization shows an oesophagic border in "post stamp" and a definite irregularity of the fasciculation. This fibroscopic examination shows the presence of keratotic papules similar to the skin(More)
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