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He, X.-L. and Wang, W.-Y. (2013) Analysis of Etiology and Clinical Features of 266 Upper Gastrointestinal Bleeding Cases. Journal of Anhui Health Vocational & Technical College, 12, 46-47.

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  • TITLE: Etiological Analysis of 419 Cases of Digestive Tract Hemorrhage

    AUTHORS: Shibao Song, Dong Wang, Chuanxin Zou

    KEYWORDS: Digestive Tract Hemorrhage, Upper Digestive Tract Hemorrhage, Lower Digestive Tract Hemorrhage, Etiology Analysis

    JOURNAL NAME: Yangtze Medicine, Vol.2 No.3, August 30, 2018

    ABSTRACT: Aim: To study common cause of digestive tract hemorrhage and the relationship between etiology and age. Methods: Retrospective analysis about the data of 419 cases of digestive tract hemorrhage in digestive internal medicine from January 2016 to January 2018 in Jingzhou Central Hospital. Results: 419 cases of digestive tract hemorrhage include 305 cases of hemorrhage in upper digestive tract and 114 cases of hemorrhage in lower digestive tract. The first 5 causes of upper digestive tract hemorrhage in middle-aged and young group were: duodenal bulb ulcer, gastric ulcer, esophageal and stomach bottom varices bleeding in cirrhosis of schistosomiasis, compound ulcer, esophageal and stomach bottom varices bleeding in hepatitis B cirrhosis. The first 5 causes of upper digestive tract hemorrhage in elderly group were: gastric ulcer, duodenal bulb ulcer, esophageal and stomach bottom varices bleeding in hepatitis B cirrhosis, esophageal and stomach bottom varices bleeding in cirrhosis of schistosomiasis, gastric cancer. The first 5 causes of lower digestive tract hemorrhage in middle-aged and young group were: ulcerative colitis, colorectal polyps, hemorrhoids, crohn’s disease, ischemic bowel disease. The first 5 causes of lower digestive tract hemorrhage in elderly group were: colorectal polyps, colon cancer, ulcerative colitis, ischemic bowel disease, hemorrhoids. Conclusion: In the cases of upper digestive tract hemorrhage, peptic ulcer should be paid attention to in middle-aged and young people, and elderly should be noted in gastric cancer. Ulcerative colitis should be paid attention to in middle-aged and young people with lower digestive tract hemorrhage, and elderly should be noted in colorectal polyps and colon cancer.