EUS-guided arterial embolization with cyanoacrylate glue of a pancreatic neuroendocrine tumor infiltrating the gastric wall causing upper GI bleeding

re 1. A, First endoscopy showing the gastric cavity with rests of old blood and blood clots that precluded adequate visualization. No active bleeding . B, Second endoscopy showing the posterior wall of the gastric body with a large 4to 5-cm ulcer with heaped borders and extension into the deep e. No active bleeding or visible vessels were noted. C, MRI view… CONTINUE READING