Mitutaka Inoue

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BACKGROUND Acute lower gastrointestinal hemorrhage originating from the appendix is rare and often intractable, because it is almost impossible to approach the bleeding point by endoscopy. We herein describe the first case of bleeding from the appendix, which was successively controlled by a therapeutic barium enema administered into the appendix. CASE(More)
Background: To examine the incidence and predisposing factors of gallbladder opacification in delayed computed tomography (CT) after angiography. Methods: CT examination 12–24 h after angiography was performed in 389 patients. Univariate and multivariate analyses were made. Results: Two hundred thirty-three of 389 patients (60%) revealed gallbladder(More)
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