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Study identifies a distinct type of common gastrointestinal bleeding

(Medical University of South Carolina) In an article published online on April 21, 2017 by the Journal of Investigative Medicine, researchers at the Medical University of South Carolina and elsewhere have identified a unique bleeding syndrome associated with cirrhosis and portal hypertension. The investigators have coined a term for the syndrome: acute on chronic bleeding.
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