Gastrointestinal bleeding from peptic ulceration
This is an old teaching slide that I made back in the early 1980's when we were interested in the then new idea that various signs of recent hemorrhage could help us to better manage patients admitted to hospital as the result of gastrointestinal bleeding from peptic ulceration. It shows active bleeding, red clot, black clot and SRH negative ulcers.
- Significance of Signs of Recent Hemorrhage at Endoscopy. Harris DC, Heap TR. Med J Aust 1982; 2 (1): 35-7.
- Cimetidine Reduces the Risk of Rebleeding from Duodenal Ulcers Displaying Signs of Recent Haemorrhage. Stiel D, Barnes PRH, Ruppin DC, Blyth K and Heap TR; Scand J Gastroenterol 1984; 19 (6): 798-801.
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