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glossary:exudative_enteropathy

Exudative enteropathy - heterogeneous group of illnesses and the pathological conditions, plasmatic fibers described by raised loss through a gastrointestinal tract with the phenomena of the broken absorption, a hypoproteinemia, edema|edemas, a delay of physical development.

Etiology, pathogenesis. Distinguish the primary (hereditary) and secondary (got) exudative enteropathy (at various chronic gastrointestinal diseases). In the majority of patients find out a lymphangiectasia on the limited site or on all extent of an intestine.

Disease develops was acutely after a year more often, transitional and chronic current however is not excluded. The clinic develops of following signs: edemas, a delay of physical development, a diarrhea, depression of mass of a body. Edemas can be small or widespread in the form of an anasarca. In a small number of cases cramps and an extreme degree of a dystrophia are observed. Loss of plasma fiber which contains also all classes of immunoglobulins, sharply reduces the general resistibility of children to infections and causes fixing current of infectious diseases.

See Also:

Intestinal Lymphangiectasia

Pulmonary Lymphangiectasia

Lympangiectasia

Hennekam Syndrome

Hennekam Lymphangiectasia Syndrome

Pulmonary Cystic Lymphangiectasis

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glossary/exudative_enteropathy.txt · Last modified: 2012/10/16 14:40 (external edit)