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Lower Gastrointestinal Bleeding
Journal of Experimental and Clinical Medicine
Bleeding from the lower part of the digestive system that appears as hematochezia (fresh blood, clot or cherry-coloured stool) or melena (dark-coloured tarry stool) is called lower gastrointestinal tract bleeding (lower GI bleeding) (or colonic bleeding). In the traditional definition, lower GI bleeding was generally classified as bleeding distal to the Treitz ligament (duodenojejunal junction) as the border. In the last decade, GI bleeding has adopted three categories in some recentdoi:10.52142/omujecm.38.si.gastro.3 fatcat:ltqkakrl75d5loi7ybz4i4kjha