Endoscopic Balloon Dilatation of NSAID-Induced Sigmoid Diaphragm-Stricture

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A less common but increasingly recognized complication of NSAIDs use is thin mucosal “diaphragm-like” strictures that were initially reported in the small intestine and have been reported with increased incidence in the colon. A patient with osteoarthritis, chronic low back pain, and overuse of different types of NSAIDs suppositories developed “diaphragm… (More)

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