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    The lecture Angiodysplasia by Carlo Raj, MD is from the course Small and Large Intestine Diseases.

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    1. Flat, bright-red lesions mostly on the caecum and ascending colon
    2. Golden-brown membrane-like patches in the colon
    3. Cobblestone appearance of the colon
    4. Red, velvety, and friable, diffusely involved all over the colon
    5. Ulceroproliferative-like growth in the sigmoid colon
    1. Aortic stenosis
    2. Aortic regurgitation
    3. Mitral stenosis
    4. Mitral regurgitation
    5. Patent ductus arteriosus
    1. Plain x-ray
    2. Identifying the lesions of angiodysplasia on colonoscopy
    3. Cautery of angiodysplastic lesions visualized on a colonoscopy
    4. Iron supplementation
    5. Estrogen therapy
    1. Vascular ectasia
    2. Hemangioma of blood vessel
    3. Infarction
    4. Thrombus formation in the blood vessel
    5. Embolization of the blood vessel

    Author of lecture Angiodysplasia

     Carlo Raj, MD

    Carlo Raj, MD

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