Malignant hypertension as a cause of massive intestinal bleeding

Academic Article


  • A forty-one year old man with a three year history of malignant hypertension developed massive rectal bleeding. A mesenteric arteriogram showed vascular changes compatible with necrotizing angitis. Histologie examination of the resected right hemicolon confirmed malignant hypertension as the cause of angitis. © 1977.
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    Author List

  • Shin MS; Ho KJ
  • Start Page

  • 742
  • End Page

  • 744
  • Volume

  • 133
  • Issue

  • 6