Haemorrhage from gastric artery aneurysms.

@article{Helliwell1981HaemorrhageFG,
  title={Haemorrhage from gastric artery aneurysms.},
  author={Martin Helliwell and Jacquelyn Irving},
  journal={British medical journal},
  year={1981},
  volume={282 6262},
  pages={460-1}
}
upper gastrointestinal bleeding. Cotton et all have shown that in nearly 80% of cases the cause of the bleeding can be shown if endoscopy is done within the first 48 hours. In a few patients, however, neither conventional radiological studies nor endoscopy shows the site of bleeding.'-3 Submucosal vascular malformations of the stomach may produce massive upper gastrointestinal haemorrhage,4 5 and such lesions may be impossible to diagnose unless coeliac axis angiography is performed.6 We report… CONTINUE READING

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