Esophagitis with Bleeding
Left: 31 year-old woman with a history of three days of nausea, vomiting and hematemesis (vomiting blood). Endoscopy demonstrated severe inflammation of the esophageal mucosa, with diffuse oozing of blood. Biopsies were benign, and were negative for infectious agents.
Center: 90 year-old woman with a hematemesis (vomiting blood). Endoscopy revealed esophagitis with slow bleeding from several ulcers.
Right: Bleeding esophagitis in an 82 year-old man with hematemesis.
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