Hematemesis Revealing a Gastric Lipoma

Hematemesis Revealing a Gastric Lipoma

1. Presentation of the Clinical Case
Mr M.LA, 50 years old, with no significant pathological history, was admitted for hematemesis, evolving since 3 days. At admission the patient was stable on hemodynamic (normo tense with blood pressure 130/65 mmHg, normo carde at 98 bpm) state. The biological balance was in favor of a microcytic hypochromic anemia, hemoglobin at 5g/dl.