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Stopping LVAD Bleeding: A Piece of the Puzzle
A stimulating editorial triggered by tri-species autopsy work on angiodysplasia potentially attributable to continuous-flow LVAD. Dr Birks discusses the findings and appears open to the suggestion that LVAD per se is a cause of gastrointestinal angiodysplasia and thence bleeding, as opposed to the anticoagulation for LVAD.