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Gastrointestinal (GI) bleeding itself is not a disease but it is a symptom or indication of a disorder associated with digestive tract. The level of bleeding ranges from mild to severe and sometimes it can be life-threatening. The blood mostly appears in stool or vomit but it is not always visible, though it may cause the stool to look black or tarry. Sophisticated imaging technology is used to locate the cause of the bleeding and the treatments depends on the source of the bleeding.
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