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Intestinal bleeding

Blood in the stool (melena) is most frequently the result of a tumor, polyp or ulcer. These conditions primarily occur in the elderly. Bleeding in the small intestines cannot be examined with colonoscopy.

Primary symptoms: gradual blood loss, anaemia, blood in stool or tarry stool, significant weight loss. Early diagnosis can be life-saving. The site of the bleeding can be identified with a SPECT-CT examination.

 

DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURES:

SPECT-CT

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