, with a history of possible button battery ingestion, should be considered serious and an emergency requiring immediate stabilisation and intervention.
2008  who demonstrated that there was no statistically significant difference between the study group and the control group as regards post-banding complications in a randomized controlled trial which was conducted to asses PPI after EVL on 60 patients from Emergency Haematemesis
Unit and Central Gastrointestinal Endoscopy Unit (Ain Shams University Hospitals).
Because of the dysphagia and an episode of haematemesis
and hoarseness of voice her barium studies and oesophagogastr oduodenoscopy were done but were unremarkable except for hyperaemic and edematous whole gastric mucosa in mosaic pattern with haemorrhagic spots.
In Sudan, the most common indication for upper GI endoscopy was haematemesis
(24%) and portal hypertension (PHT) (21%), while the most common endoscopic findings were oesophageal varices (16%) and gastritis (7%).
To the Editor: We would like to comment on the case report published in the May 2016 issue of SAMJ  of a suspected boomslang bite presenting with severe haematemesis
5% of cases of which majority (87%) presented with petechiae followed by haematemesis
(9%) and epistaxis (4%).
The course of the disease is usually variable, intermittent and progressive, and is characterized by a range of signs/symptoms including attacks of chronic cough, dyspnoea, fatigue, pallor or cyanosis, weight loss, tachycardia, vomiting, haematemesis
, acute right-sided heart failure and engorged neck veins.
Patients with history of haematemesis
malena anal fissures or hemorrhoids established by per rectum exam/proctoscopy and acute infectious bloody diarrhea were excluded from the study.
They went to Santa Carolina on Paradise Island for their honeymoon, but married bliss did not start well, as the years of work and stress had taken their toll and Raoul limped back from Mozambique with a major haematemesis
Sleep difficulties, haematemesis
, and respiratory symptoms are classified as 'possible' GORD symptoms by Vandenplas (2005).
Two weeks later he presented again with an episode of haematemesis
Bleeding usually manifests as gingival bleeding, epistaxis, purpura, haematemesis
, melaena, haematuria, extensive ecchymoses, and in severe cases, subarachnoid or intracerebral haemorrhage.