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KMID : 0359019900100020377
Korean Journal of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy
1990 Volume.10 No. 2 p.377 ~ p.380
A Case of Angiodysplasia in the Jejunum; Intra-operative Endoscopic
이종서/Lee JS
박일영/김응국/송영택/주상용/정인식/최명규/선희식/송경섭/Park IY/Kim EK/Song YT/Choo SY/Chung IS/Choi MG
Abstract
Angiodysplsia of the small bowel is uncommon, but provably remains frequently undiagnosed. In the small intestine, angiodysplasia presents a taxing surgical problem and is uauslly diagnosed for unexplained gastrointestinal bleeding. For the surgeon, the main technical problem is that even when identified by frequently impalpable, and invisible to the naked eye unless they are actively bleeding at the time of surgery. Ensocopy is often unfruitful because the majority of lesions are submucosal and rarely exceed a few milimeters in diameter. We described a simple intraoperative endoscopic transillumination technique used successfully to identify an angiodysplasia in the jejunum prior to the small bowel resection. This report summarized our experience and review of literature.
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