bleed from (somewhere)

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bleed from (somewhere)

To lose blood from an injured part of the body. After the car accident, the driver was dazed and bleeding from the head. The patient is bleeding from the abdomen—he needs surgery right away.
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bleed from something

for blood to emerge from a wound or other source. He was bleeding from a number of wounds. He bled from his mouth and nose.
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This can result in hemorrhagic stroke, epistaxis (nose bleeds) and bleeding from the digestive tract.
Evaluation of the effectiveness of methods of endoscopic treatment of bleeding from the duodenal mucosa.
Criteria for therapeutic efficacy was evaluated as follows: 7 Complete response (CR), no transfusion requirement, or change from severe to minor type of bleeding); Partial response (PR), reduction of bleeding from severe to moderate; No response (NR), no change in transfusion requirement.
5) (2010) observed that bleeding patterns seen in individuals with hemophilia vary with age; 15 initial bleeding episodes among neonates with severe hemophilia include prolonged bleeding from circumcision and head or intracranial bleeding; 15 infants between 1 and 6 months of age may experience soft tissue bleeding or bruising.
2%) underwent urgent surgery on the first day because of active incontrollable bleeding from colonic diverticulum, and 10/86 (11.
Hematemesis indicates that the site of the bleeding is proximal to or at the duodenum while melena usually results from bleeding from the upper gastrointestinal tract although right-sided colonic and small bowel lesions can occasionally be responsible2.
We report the case of a young woman whose Munchausen's syndrome manifested as purported bleeding from a tracheotomy site.
Trauma of running may produce bleeding from hemorrhoids or anal fissures.
If there is bleeding from an artery into the [abdomen], there will be a vibration of the tissue where the bleeding occurs" due to eddies in the stream of blood spurting from the vessel, Beach explains.
Louis University, 352 patients had upper GI bleeds, 160 had lower GI bleeds, 34 had bleeding from both areas, and 6 had bleeding from an unknown source.
2]-receptor antagonist treatment in patients with bleeding peptic ulcers have not demonstrated benefit)i Previous study of omeprazole has not demonstrated benefit in patients with upper gastrointestinal bleeding from all sites, including ulcers as well as esophageal erosions, tears, and varices.
In adults, the most common cause of bleeding from the small intestine, other than duodenal ulcers, is Crohn's disease.