Atlas of Gastroenterological Endoscopy
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NSAID - gastropathy
NSAID gastropathy NSAID gastropathy
To the left multiple hematin- covered errosions are depicted. These lesions are typical in NSAID treatment without concomitant acid suppression. To the right a small ulcer (Forrest II c) in the same patient is shown.
NSAID gastropathy with hemorrhage
NSAID gastropathy with hemorrhage NSAID gastropathy with hemorrhage
There are blood covered errosions throughout the whole stomach. This has led to a upper GI hemorrhage compromising the patient hemodynamically. The sole reason was a single ingestion of 400 mg of ibuprofen.