Gastrointestinal bleeding

Gastrointestinal bleeding describes every form of hemorrhage in the GIT, from Pharynx to Rectum. Upper-Pharynx to ligament of treitz, Lower- ligament of treitz to rectum. Upper GIT bleeding remains major problem which commonly seen in 75% of emergency cases and most common causes are Peptic ulcers, Erosion and Esophageal varices.

  • Hematemesis
  • Melaena
  • Coffee ground vomiting
  • Hematochezia.

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