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|Title:||Hematemesis With Gastric Laceration After Tattooing a Polyp With Purified Carbon: A Review of the Literature.|
|Citation:||Gastroenterology Res.2017 Feb;(10)1:45-49|
|Abstract:||Endoscopic tattooing is a simple and effective technique for marking small lesions, so they can be localized during surgery or in later endoscopies. Various agents can be used such as India ink or a solution of purified carbon particles. The number of complications from tattooing is relatively small, but not rare. The majority of the literature on the subject refers to complications in the colon. We present a case of gastric bleeding secondary to a laceration following tattooing with purified carbon, and a literature review.|
|Appears in Collections:||Hospitales > H. U. Sureste > Artículos|
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