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Korean Journal of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy 2008;36(3): 173-176.
양성 충수돌기궤양에서 발생한 급성 하부위장관출혈 1예
조상철ㆍ서영호ㆍ박정수ㆍ박상현ㆍ정안덕ㆍ이봉규ㆍ주소영ㆍ이남훈ㆍ송근영*ㆍ송성환*ㆍ이인경ㆍ고향미
광주보훈병원 내과, *외과, 영상의학과, 병리과
A Case of Acute Lower Gastrointestinal Bleeding from a Benign Appendiceal Ulcer
Sang Cheol Cho, M.D., Young Ho Seo, M.D., Chung Su Park, M.D., Sang Hyun Park, M.D., An Doc Chung, M.D., Bong Kyu Lee, M.D., So Young Chu, M.D., Nam Hun Lee, M.D., Keun Yeong Song, M.D.*, Sung Hwan Song, M.D.*, In Kyoung Lee M.D. and Hya
Departments of Internal Medicine, *Surgery, Radiology and Pathology,Gwangju Veterans Hospital, Gwangju, Korea
Abstract
A hemorrhoid is the most common cause of acute lower gastrointestinal (LGI) bleeding. Diverticulosis, angiodysplasia and ischemic colitis can also cause LGI bleeding. Acute LGI bleeding from the appendix is very rare. We experienced a case of a 33‐year‐old woman with acute LGI bleeding from the appendix. Colonoscopy demonstrated an active hemorrhage from the orifice of the appendix. The patient was treated with a appendectomy, and a histological examination showed the presence of a small ulcer with inflamed granulation tissue in the mucosa and submucosa. (Korean J Gastrointest Endosc 2008;36: 173-176)
Key Words: Appendiceal ulcer, Lower gastrointestinal bleeding
주요어: 충수돌기궤양, 하부위장관출혈
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