Colonoscopy after Golytely preparation in acute rectal bleeding.

@article{Caos1986ColonoscopyAG,
  title={Colonoscopy after Golytely preparation in acute rectal bleeding.},
  author={A Caos and Kent G. Benner and J W Manier and Denis M. McCarthy and L D Blessing and Ronald M. Katon and Howard K. Gogel},
  journal={Journal of clinical gastroenterology},
  year={1986},
  volume={8 1},
  pages={46-9}
}
Thirty-five consecutive patients with acute hematochezia, negative gastric aspirates, and negative sigmoidoscopy underwent urgent colonoscopy after Golytely purgation. Mucosal visualization was excellent. Colonic bleeding lesions were identified in 24 of 35 patients, and hemorrhage originating proximal to the ileoceal valve was documented in three of these… CONTINUE READING