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Rachel Sorokin, MD, and Mitchell Conn, MD, MBA; August 2012
Admitted for treatment of congestive heart failure, an elderly man with a percutaneously placed gastric feeding tube began to have liters of watery stool daily. A tube check revealed that the tip of the feeding tube was in the colon and not the stomach.