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Endoscopie d’urgence dans l’hémorragie digestive haute

Emergency endoscopy: upper gastrointestinal bleeding

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Résumé

L’hémorragie digestive haute fait partie des plus grands défis cliniques pour le gastro-entérologue. L’ulcère peptique reste la cause la plus fréquente et la plus significative d’hémorragie digestive haute aiguë, comptant pour environ 50% des cas [1], alors que l’hémorragie due aux varices gastro-œsophagiennes est moins fréquente (5 à 10%) bien que représentant plus souvent un risque vital.

Summary

Upper gastrointestinal bleeding are among the greatest clinical challenges for the gastroenterologists. Peptic ulcers remain the commonest and most significant cause of acute upper GI haemorrhage, accounting for about 50% of the cases [1], whereas bleeding from esophagogastric varices is less frequent (5 to 10%) although probably more often lifethreatening.

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Cipolletta, L., Rotondano, G., Bianco, M.A. et al. Endoscopie d’urgence dans l’hémorragie digestive haute. Acta Endosc 34, 663–669 (2004). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF03009075

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Mots-clés

  • endoscopic
  • hémorragie digestive haute
  • urgence

Key-words

  • emergency
  • endoscopy
  • upper digestive hemorrhage