Ring, Stuart M.; Beranbaum, Elliott R. R.; Madayag, Manuel A.; Leahy, William F.
October 1972
Angiology;Oct1972, Vol. 23 Issue 9, p554
Academic Journal
Presents a case of a unique cause of intestinal bleeding. Erosion of a duodenal ulcer into the superficial branch of the cystic artery causing massive intestinal hemorrhage; Effect on the patient in the administration of eraniectomy for decompression of intracranial and intracerebral hematomes; Inability of fistula to occur between the bilary system and the intestine.


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