Left & Center: 85 year-old man with gastrointestinal tract bleeding and anemia. Colonoscopy revealed several foci of angiodysplasia in the cecum, one of which was bleeding. Arrow at right indicates the point of bleeding.
Right: Active oozing of blood from angiodysplasia in the right colon of a 68 year-old woman.
Left: 75 year-old man with lower gastrointestinal tract bleeding. Colonoscopy revealed active bleeding from angiodysplasia. Center: View of lesion immediately following lavage. Right: Appearance of mucosa following eradication of the lesion using an argon plasma coagulator.
Left: 65 year-old woman with occult gastrointestinal tract bleeding. Colonoscopy revealed active bleeding from angiodysplasia. Center: View of lesion during lavage; note the jet of water entering from the left side of the image. The lesion is small and circular. Right: Hemostasis achieved using the argon plasma coagulator to eradicate the lesion.
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