Ref number Authors Methods NSAID Controls
  Year published      
4 Hayashi Y (2005) DBE 11.5% (ileum/85.7%, jejunum/14.3%)  -
7 Matsumoto T (2008) DBE 51% 5%
8 Hayashi Y ( 2009) DBE 100% (ileum/55.6%, duodenum and/or jejunum/ 27.8%, both/5.6%)  -
9 Smecuol E (2009) CE 50%  -
10 Endo H (2009) CE 80% 20%
11 Maiden L ( 2009) CE 68%  -
6 Caunedo-Alvarez A (2010) CE 75% 11.76%
12 Tachecí I ( 2010) CE 87.50%  -
13 Sidhu R (2010) CE 80%  -
14 Fujimori S, 2010 CE 60%denuded areas were predominantly located in the proximal parterosions throughout the small intestine and all ulcers in the distal part  -
 
 
3 Lim YJ, 2012 CE 55-70%  -
Abbreviations
CE: capsule endoscopy
DBE: double-balloon endoscopy
Table 1: Diagnosis of Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID)-induced small intestinal injury.