Left: 76 year-old woman with hematemesis (vomiting blood), with a history of having undergone previous subtotal gastrectomy for refractory ulcer disease. Endoscopy revealed two small anastomotic ulcers, one of which had a small amount of oozing of blood.
Right: Marginal ulcer with stenosis and retention of both solid and liquid gastric content, in a 77 year old woman with early satiety and vomiting. At the time of endoscopy, solid particulate matter was impacted in the stenotic gastric outlet, causing functional obstruction.
72 year-old woman with hematemesis (vomiting blood), who had undergone previous subtotal gastrectomy for peptic ulcer disease. She continued to take large amounts of aspirin for arthritis. Endoscopy demonstrated anastomotic ulceration, involving both the afferent and efferent limbs of the gastrojejunostomy.
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