Advances in Gastrointestinal Endoscopy

Any type of haemorrhage or blood loss in the gastrointestinal system, which spans from the mouth to the anus, is referred to as gastrointestinal bleeding. There are a variety of reasons for this sort of bleeding, but a patient's symptom history and a physical examination may typically assist identify the major causes. Bleeding can be low or practically undetectable all the way up to severe and life-threatening. The food pipe, stomach, and upper section of the first segment of the small intestine make up the upper digestive tract. The bulk of the small intestine, the whole large intestine, the rectum, and the anus make up the lower digestive tract.


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