Acute Gastrointestinal Bleeding: Diagnosis and Treatment by Karen E. Kim
By Karen E. Kim
Univ. of Chicago Hospitals, IL. deals a entire, updated evaluation of acute gastrointestinal bleeding. contains a medical survey of acute GI bleeding, the radiologic method of administration, algorithms, and an emphasis on sufferer administration. Hardcover, book no longer but to be had. DNLM: Gastrointestinal Hemorrhage--diagnosis.
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Pylori is only occasionally helpful (11). Also, selecting age 45 rather than an older age as the cutoff to recommend EGD is debatable. For example, in a recent study from Scotland, 90% of patients younger than 55 years subsequently diagnosed with gastric cancer had at least one “sinister” symptom (dysphagia, weight loss, persistent vomiting, anemia, family history of upper GI cancer, bleeding, previous gastric surgery, or palpable mass) (12). Only five individuals in this age group had “simple” dyspepsia without “sinister” symptoms, and all five already had lymph node metastases at the time of diagnosis.
In addi- Chapter 3 / Peptic Ulcer Disease 39 tion, it disrupts the control of gastric acid secretion, leading in some patients to high acid and in others to low acid secretion. This disrupted secretory physiology, coupled with altered mucosal defense, leads to peptic ulcer disease (15–17). Early studies reported that H. pylori infection occurred in 90–95% of patients with duodenal ulcer and 70–90% of those with gastric ulcers (18–22). However, more recent estimates suggest that the association between H.
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