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Clinical Study

Analysis of Delayed Bleeding after Endoscopic Submucosal Dissection for Gastric Epithelial Neoplasms

Table 1

Baseline characteristics of patients and gastric lesions.

CharacteristicPatients and gastric lesions

Age (yr, mean ± SD)
Sex (male/female)116/45
Anticoagulants/platelets (used/not used)33/128
Morphology (I/IIa/IIc, IIa + IIc, III)6/97/58
Histological type (intestinal/diffuse/adenoma)121/4/36
Depth (M/SM,MP)145/16
Ulcer findings (presence/absence)21/140
Location (U/M/L)22/74/65
Location (U/ML)22/139
Circumference (AW/GC/LC/PW)20/45/67/29
Size of resected lesion (mm, mean ± SD)
Procedure duration (min, mean ± SD)
Number of times hemostatic forceps used (mean ± SD)
Post-ESD ulcer (extended LC/not extended LC)89/72

SD: standard deviation; M: mucosa; SM: submucosa; U: upper third; M: middle third: L, lower third; AW: anterior wall; GC: greater curve; LC: lesser curve; PW: posterior wall; ESD: endoscopic submucosal dissection.

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