Obscure GI Bleeding

Kathy Bull-Henry, MD
Division of Gastroenterology, Georgetown University Hospital
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Overt- hematemesis, coffee ground emesis, hematochezia, melena. Occu...
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In 5 studies evaluating the source of occult bleeding, no source was ...
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When you look at all obscure bleeding- occult and obscure.The cause o...
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The cause of bleeding in all GI bleeding cases is found in about 80% ...
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A missed lesion found on a second EGD occurs from 25% to 64% in the l...
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Yield for barium studies is low and they can not dx angiodysplasia
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Recorder is worn on a belt enabling patient to continue with daily ac...
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The is a guide for placement of the sensors on the chest and abdomen....
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So to summarize, capsule endoscopy is a time efficient, patient frien...
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The DBE consists of an endoscope
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So the future magic pill is probably be a radio-controlled capsule th...
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Dr. Kathy Bull-Henry discusses the clinical presentation, diagnosis and management of obscure GI bleeding.
 
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