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Angiodysplasia and ileal carcinoid.
  1. M Mac Mahon,
  2. M G Courtney,
  3. J S Doyle,
  4. M Leader
  1. Department of Gastroenterology, Beaumont Hospital, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland.


    A case of angiodysplasia, symptomatic for 18 years, is presented. This case highlights the difficulty of establishing a diagnosis. Associated findings included aortic stenosis and a carcinoid tumour of the ileum. Despite transfusion of a total of 1200 units of blood the liver was normal at necropsy.

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