A 67-year old man was evaluated for lower gastrointestinal tract bleeding. What is your diagnosis?
An elderly man presented to the emergency department with a 1-month history of new-onset, persistent lower abdominal and flank pain that was sharp and constant with intermittent radiation to the back and associated anorexia with a 10-kg weight loss. What is your diagnosis?
This pre-post analysis of patients who received visceral angiography for acute lower gastrointestinal hemorrhage showed that preceding visceral angiography with computed tomographic angiography improves localization of the hemorrhage site. See also the Invited Commentary by Lightner and Russell.
Harskamp et al evaluate the effect of vein graft preservation solutions on vein graft failure and clinical outcomes in patients undergoing coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) surgery. See the Invited Commentary by Yuh.
Pai and coauthors review the management of patients presenting with obscure gastrointestinal bleeding during the period from 2005 to 2011. Four patients had preoperative localization of the bleeding site with superselective mesenteric angiography, which was confirmed by the use of intraoperative methylene blue injection. This novel technique allowed them to identify the abnormal pathology.
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