Hemosuccus Pancreaticus in the Era of Capsule Endoscopy and Double Balloon Enteroscopy Complicated by Multifocal Mycobacterium chelonae/abscessus Infection

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Hemosuccus pancreaticus is a rare etiology of obscure gastrointestinal bleeding characterized by bleeding into the pancreatic duct. The diagnosis may be delayed for months to years, due to the episodic nature of bleeding and failure to consider the diagnosis. Patients often undergo multiple endoscopies and radiologic evaluations prior to diagnosis… (More)
DOI: 10.1159/000104977

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@inproceedings{Pasha2007HemosuccusPI, title={Hemosuccus Pancreaticus in the Era of Capsule Endoscopy and Double Balloon Enteroscopy Complicated by Multifocal Mycobacterium chelonae/abscessus Infection}, author={Shabana F. Pasha and Janis E. Blair and Patrick B. Garvey and Richard Gray and David C. Mulligan and Joseph M. Collins and Russell I. Heigh}, booktitle={Case reports in gastroenterology}, year={2007} }