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Dierrafuwa disease

Dieulafoy's disease, also known as Dieulafoy's disease, is one of the causes of massive bleeding in the digestive tract, especially the upper digestive tract. It can occur in any part of the gastrointestinal tract, most of which is the proximal stomach.


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