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Possible Causes For Gastrointestinal bleeding - Causes: Anatomic, Foreign Body, Structural Disorders


List of current finding(s):

Anatomic, Foreign Body, Structural Disorders: next: Vascular Causes
Gastrointestinal bleeding
Gastric ulcer
Hemorrhoid, thrombosed
Internal bleeding/trauma
Lower GI bleeding
Penetrating duodenal ulcer
Peptic ulcer hemorrhage
Perforated duodenal ulcer
Upper GI bleeding
Diverticulosis, colon
Esophageal ulceration
Varices, esophageal
Duodenum diverticulum
Hemorrhoids, prolapse
Hiatus hernia, esophagus/para-esophageal
Colon/sigmoid perforation
Fistula, Aorticoduodenal (Aorticoenteric)
Mallory Weiss syndrome(esophageal tear)
Perforated/ruptured esophagus
Rectal perforation/ampulla
Duodenal hematoma
Gastric varices
Multiple small bowel diverticula
Colon varices
Jejunal diverticulum
Dieulafoy's Ulcer Lesion
Esophageal Rupture/Boerhaave Syndrome
Hemosuccus Pancreatitis