Sundip S Karsan

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BACKGROUND Nasogastric lavage (NGL) is often performed early in the management of GI bleeding. This practice assumes that NGL results can assist with timely risk stratification and management. OBJECTIVE We performed a retrospective analysis to test whether NGL is associated with improved process measures and outcomes in GI bleeding. DESIGN(More)
We report the first known case of both Noonan syndrome and Whipple's disease occurring in the same patient. A 36-year-old female with history of Noonan syndrome developed fatigue, anorexia, arthritis of the knees and hands with a diffuse hyperpigmented rash, night sweats, and an unintentional fifteen pound weight loss over 4 mo. Small bowel enteroscopy(More)
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