Jejunal cirsoid aneurysm: A rare cause of massive lower gastrointestinal hemorrhage

Deutsch, Geoff; Hanly, Mark; Yeh, Karen A.
December 1998
American Surgeon;Dec1998, Vol. 64 Issue 12, p1179
Academic Journal
Reports a case of lower gastrointestinal hemorrhage due to jejunal cirsoid aneurysm in Augusta, Georgia. Differential diagnosis for gastrointestinal bleeding; Pathophysiology of cirsoid aneurysm; Diagnosis and treatment for lesions caused by cirsoid aneurysm.


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