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|diagnosis for melena||0.68||0.7||3230||60|
|diagnosis k92.1 melena||1.69||1||1185||19|
|diagnosis of melena||1.69||1||1384||19|
|k921 diagnosis code melena||1.21||0.7||9760||51|
|diagnosis code for melena||0.65||0.8||7908||28|
|diagnosis code k92.1 melena||1.69||0.6||5498||49|
As nouns the difference between melena and hematochezia. is that melena is a passage of dark, tarry stools containing blood, as the result of upper gastrointestinal bleeding while hematochezia is (medicine) the presence of fresh blood in stools, often due to lower gastrointestinal bleeding.Are your stools showing signs of Melena disease?
The most obvious and common sign of melena is a dark color present in the stool. There are also other symptoms to look out for that can provide an explanation or cause for this condition. These symptoms may include: Bleeding that takes place in the esophagus, stomach, or the start of the small intestine makes the stool appear black or tarry.