OGIB

AcronymDefinition
OGIBObscure Gastrointestinal Bleeding (endoscopy)
OGIBOil and Gas International Business2Business (Denmark)
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VCE is increasingly performed in the elderly population, particularly for IDA and OGIB, due to its superior diagnostic accuracy compared to cross-sectional imaging as well as its noninvasive nature when compared to enteroscopy in a population with significant comorbidities [5].
One patient was being investigated for overt OGIB. The remaining two patients were asymptomatic and had been referred to exclude SBCD in light of their clinical history of AS.
- Procedure volumes by segment - Capsule Endoscopy Procedures for Obscure Gastrointestinal Bleeding (OGIB), Capsule Endoscopy Procedures for Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD), Capsule Endoscopy Procedures for Barrett's Esophagus and Capsule Endoscopy Procedures for Other Indications.
The most common small-bowel vascular lesions causing OGIB are angioectasias--endoscopically visible lesions up to several millimeters in size consisting of dilated capillaries in the lamina propria.
In an adult with OGIB, the diagnostic yield of CE ranges from 32% to 83% [22] and the major causes are vascular malformation, CD, and small bowel tumor [23], which are different from those in minors.
The list of small-bowel abnormalities responsible for OGIB is long.
Patients indicated for CE, including those with OGIB, chronic diarrhea, and chronic abdominal pain, were included in the trial.
One patient with OGIB who exhibited multiple small bowel ulcers was diagnosed as having CMV-induced small bowel enteritis and began receiving ganciclovir therapy.
There are a few reports investigating the incidence of small bowel lesions in CKD patients with OGIB [17,18]; however, the sample sizes in these studies were relatively small.