Anorectal Bleeding (2013 AV Award Honorable Mention)
Anorectal Bleeding (2013 AV Award Honorable Mention)
(2013 AV Award Honorable Mention)

Shou-Jiang Tang, MD; Sumanth R. Daram, MD, FACP; Ruonan Wu, MSE; Christopher Lahr, MD

Lower gastrointestinal (GI) bleeding is traditionally defined as bleeding originating from a lesion anatomically located distal to the ligament of Treitz. Clinically, it encompasses hematochezia from a small bowel or colon etiology, as well as anal “outlet” bleeding from an anorectal source. Content in this GI Bleeding DVD video focuses on the etiology, evaluation and management of anorectal bleeding.

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DV058 [2013 - TRT 1:12:00] 1.25 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM
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