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Lower gastrointestinal bleeding

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A lower gastrointestinal bleed usually presents with rectal bleeding. Massive rectal bleeding is generally from the distal colon or rectum. Occasionally, it is from a major bleeding site higher in the gastrointestinal tract.

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