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Published in Gastroenterology

Journal Scan / Research · September 11, 2021

Identifying Bleeding Etiologies by Endoscopy Influences Outcomes in Patients With Hematochezia

The American Journal of Gastroenterology


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The American Journal of Gastroenterology
Identifying Bleeding Etiologies by Endoscopy Affected Outcomes in 10,342 Cases With Hematochezia: CODE BLUE-J Study
Am. J. Gastroenterol 2021 Aug 13;[EPub Ahead of Print], N Nagata, K Kobayashi, A Yamauchi, A Yamada, J Omori, T Ikeya, T Aoyama, N Tominaga, Y Sato, T Kishino, N Ishii, T Sawada, M Murata, A Takao, K Mizukami, K Kinjo, S Fujimori, T Uotani, M Fujita, H Sato, S Suzuki, T Narasaka, J Hayasaka, T Funabiki, Y Kinjo, A Mizuki, S Kiyotoki, T Mikami, R Gushima, H Fujii, Y Fuyuno, N Gunji, Y Toya, K Narimatsu, N Manabe, K Nagaike, T Kinjo, Y Sumida, S Funakoshi, K Kawagishi, T Matsuhashi, Y Komaki, K Miki, K Watanabe, M Fukuzawa, T Itoi, N Uemura, T Kawai, M Kaise

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