Gastroenterology Research and Practice / 2012 / Article / Fig 3

Research Article

Clinical Outcomes of the Marginal Ulcer Bleeding after Gastrectomy: As Compared to the Peptic Ulcer Bleeding with Nonoperated Stomach

Figure 3

Representative images of the marginal ulcer bleeding in a patient with subtotal gastrectomy. (a) A linear ulceration was observed at anastomosis site. (b) A round ulcer was found on efferent side of Billroth-II anastomosis. And there were red spots on the base of ulcer.
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