Intraoperative enteroscopy in the management of obscure gastrointestinal bleeding

Digestive and Liver Diseases, 08/10/2012

With the recent development of deep enteroscopy techniques, intraoperative enteroscopy remains indicated when small bowel lesions have been identified by a preoperative work–up, cannot be definitively managed by angiographic embolization, endoscopic treatment or when surgery is required and cannot be localized by external examination during surgical explorations.

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