Case Report

A Case Delayed Hemorrhage from the Stump of the Superior Rectal Artery after Abdominoperineal Resection of the Rectum

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(a) Upper endoscopy on day 14 post coil embolization reveals neither ulceration nor stenosis of the third portion of the duodenum. (b and c) Computed tomography on day 14 post coil embolization. Intraabdominal abscess formation is not observed around the microcoils (b). The end colostomy was edematous and significantly affected by the obliteration of the left colic artery (c).