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Nicorandil-induced colonic ulceration
  1. R Brown,
  2. A Lee,
  3. M Welfare
  1. Ric.brown{at}

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A 76-year-old lady was seen with angina; subsequent angiography showed severe left anterior descending artery (LAD) disease. Nicorandil 10 mg twice daily was added in April 2006 and increased in June to 20 mg twice daily. While awaiting percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) to her LAD, she developed iron deficiency anaemia, weight loss …

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