Atlas of Gastroenterological Endoscopy
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Forrest IIa-hemorrhage
Ulcer Clipping
In this case an antral ulcer, Forrest IIa is found in a patient with tary stools and anemia. The rhomboid shape truly renders it an ideal candidate for hemo- clipping. Compared to treatment with fibrin glue, hemoclips are far less expensive and trials are presently on their way to compare the therapeutic and economic efficiency.