Angiodysplasias are small vascular malformations seen in the lining of the GI tract during endoscopy. They are a common cause of unexplained or recurrent GI bleeding. They are usually multiple and may occur throughout the upper and lower GI tracts. Treatment is usually via argon plasma coagulation during endoscopy.






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