Vasopressin and Blood Flow in the Canine Colon
Massive bleeding from the colon is uncommon but may present a therapeutic challenge, occurring as it does in elderly individuals whose poor physical condition increases the risks of surgical intervention. The advantages of any less invasive method of treatment are, therefore, obvious.
KeywordsEsophageal Varix Ischaemic Colitis Poor Physical Condition Vasopressin Infusion Colonic Bleeding
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