Abstract In this report the Authors present the case of an old patient treated for chronic recurrent bleeding from small bowel angiodysplasia. The diagnosis was missed by the conventional methods: angiography and scintiscan with marked erythrocytes. Diagnosis was instead possible by using intraoperative enteroscopy. The Authors stress the usefulness of this technique that permits the exploration of the mucosal by trans-illumination to discover bleeding and vascular anomalies of the bowel.
|Autori:||Iacconi P; Aldi R; Ricci E; Viacava P; Miccoli P|
|Titolo:||Small bowel angiodysplasia: usefulness of peroperative enteroscopy|
|Anno del prodotto:||1993|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|