An 80-Year-Old Man Presents With Abdominal Pain and Tarry Stools

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In this Stump the Professor video, two fellows test Dr. Marshall's diagnostic skills with a unique case study involving an 80-year-old patient who presents with abdominal pain, bilateral edema, weight loss, and dark, tarry stools.

In this video, two fellows-Brandon Smaglo, MD, and Sameh E. Mikhail, MD-from the Lombardi Cancer Center at Georgetown University attempt to stump John L. Marshall, MD, director of the Ruesch Center for the Cure of Gastrointestinal Cancers, with a unique case study involving an 80-year-old patient who presents with abdominal pain, bilateral edema, weight loss, and dark and tarry stools.

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