Published in Telemedicine Business Week, May 21st, 2008
"However, endoscopic examination of the stomach and small bowel is possible through percutaneous access into the bypassed stomach (BS) with a combined radiologic and endoscopic technique. We present a case of obscure overt gastrointestinal (GI) bleeding where the source of bleeding was thought to be from the BS," wrote K.R. Gill and colleagues, Mayo Clinic.
The researchers concluded: "After conventional endoscopic methods failed to examine the BS, percutaneous endoscopy (PE) was...
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