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Ulcers in food pipe, bleeding during vomiting. Treatment options?

my grand mother is suffering with serious problem of ulcer in food pipe. doctor are saying that she is in very critical stage and there is a urgent need of operation but chances of survival after this operation are very few. from past two days she is very critical, A lot of blood is coming during the time she vomit . please advice us, Is there any way to treat this disease.
Asked On : Mon, 5 Nov 2012
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sorry to hear that looks her condition is really critical
possibly it is an aorto esophageal fistula which is leaking if yes then the chances of survival after surgery is poor
hav the told you it is cancerous lesion (unlikely ) then you may have a chance by endoscopic treatment of lesion
can mail me details of lesion should be in better position to explain you and see if there are any other treatment options
hope this answers your query
please do reply in case of any further questions

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