Gastrointestinal bleeding


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NAME

Gastrointestinal bleeding

DESCRIPTION

Gastrointestinal bleeding is any form of bleeding (haemorrhage) observed in any section of the digestive tract, typically classified as bleeding in either the upper or lower gastrointestinal tract. The degree of bleeding can vary from barely detectable (microscopic) to severe and life-threatening; blood can appear in stool or vomit.

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