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Gastrointestinal bleeding or gastrointestinal hemorrhage describes every form of hemorrhage (loss of blood) in the gastrointestinal tract, from the pharynx to the rectum. It has diverse causes, and a medical history, as well as physical examination, generally distinguishes between the main forms. The degree of bleeding can range from nearly undetectable to acute, massive, life-threatening bleeding. Initial emphasis is on resuscitation by infusion of intravenous fluids and blood transfusion. Treatment with proton pump inhibitors, octreotide, and antibiotics may be considered in certain cases. Upper endoscopy or colonoscopy are generally considered appropriate to identify the source of bleeding and carry out treatment.
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Gastrointestinal bleeding can range from microscopic bleeding, where the amount of blood is such that it can only be detected by laboratory testing, to massive bleeding where bright red blood is passed and hypovolemia and shock may develop. Blood that is digested may appear black rather than red, resulting in "coffee ground" vomitus or tarry stool called melena. Upper gastrointestinal bleeding is from a source between the pharynx and the ligament of Treitz. An upper source is characterized by hematemesis (vomiting up blood) Gastrointestinal Surgery, and melena (tarry stool containing altered blood). Lower gastrointestinal bleeding is typically from the colon, rectum or anus. Causes include: hemorrhoids, cancer, angiodysplasia, Gastrointestinal Oncology, ulcerative colitis, Crohn's disease, and aortoenteric fistula. Upper gastrointestinal bleeding commonly presents with hematemesis (vomiting of blood or coffee-ground like material) and/or melena (black, tarry stools). In a small proportion of cases, Urologic Oncology and more upper gastrointestinal bleeding presents as hematochezia. In this situation, bleeding is typically brisk, Helicobacter pylori in clinical practice and if accompanied by hemodynamic instability, represents a medical emergency. Nasogastric tube lavage may be used to confirm this clinical diagnosis, but it is often not necessary and may not be positive, even in the presence of an upper gastrointestinal tract lesion, if bleeding has ceased or arises beyond a closed pylorus.Its areas of coverage are Short bowel syndrome and intestinal failure.
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