An unusual bleeding duodenal ulcer

Spanier, B. W. M.; Stokkers, P. C. F.; Barteisman, J. F. W. M.
March 2008
Gut;Mar2008, Vol. 57 Issue 3, p373
Academic Journal
The article presents the case of an 83-years-old female suffering from Alzheimer's disease. The patient is hospitalized due to haematemesis and haemodynamic instability and used calcium carbasalate as therapy every ischaemic attacks occurred. Diagnosis findings show an ulcer to an impacted gallstone of the patient. Computed tomography scan shows a bile stone in the sigmoid but no signs of cholecytitis for the patient. It reveals that the patient remained asymptomatic after hospital treatment.


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