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      Natural history of definitive diverticular hemorrhage based on stigmata of recent hemorrhage and colonoscopic Doppler blood flow monitoring for risk stratification and definitive hemostasis

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          Abstract

          Few prospective reports describe the short-term natural history of colon diverticular hemorrhage based on stigmata of recent hemorrhage, and none include blood flow detection for risk stratification or as a guide to definitive hemostasis. Our purposes were to report the 30-day natural history of definitive diverticular hemorrhage based on stigmata and to describe Doppler probe blood flow detection as a guide to definitive hemostasis.

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          Journal
          Gastrointestinal Endoscopy
          Gastrointestinal Endoscopy
          Elsevier BV
          00165107
          February 2016
          February 2016
          : 83
          : 2
          : 416-423
          Article
          10.1016/j.gie.2015.07.033
          4715947
          26227931
          © 2016

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