Published in AIDS Weekly, May 26th, 2008
"Diverticula and angiectasias are the most frequent sources of bleeding. Malignancy, colitis (inflammatory bowel disease, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, and infectious colitis), ischaemia, anorectal disorders, postpolypectomy bleeding, and HIV-related problems are less frequent causes. The recurrence rate, especially in diverticular bleeding, is high. Resuscitation and haemodynamic...
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