enteropathy

NOUN
  1. a disease of the intestinal tract
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  • One half of patients with newly diagnosed gluten-sensitive enteropathy are anemic.
  • This problem, which is called protein-losing enteropathy, may be related to a condition known as sprue or “celiac sprue” or inflammatory bowel disease. DR. SANJIV CHOPRA’S LIVER BOOK
  • Associated manifestations that may cause complications include the gluten-sensitive enteropathy, which can cause steatorrhea, abnormal D-xylose absorption, and anemia.
  • Also known as celiac sprue, nontropical sprue and gluten-sensitive enteropathy, celiac disease occurs in people who have a susceptibility to gluten intolerance.
  • Failure to improve while on a gluten-free diet should increase suspicion for other causes of small bowel enteropathy or may indicate noncompliance with the strict diet, which for most patients is difficult to follow.
  • When the diagnosis of gluten-sensitive enteropathy is suspected, serologic tests can identify many affected patients.
  • In my own practice, I have several patients who have been harmed significantly by treatment for hepatitis C, with outcomes such as chronic sprue-like enteropathy, myopathy, and depression.
  • Calcium and vitamin D malabsorption dramatically increases the risk of osteoporosis and osteomalacia in patients with gluten-sensitive enteropathy.
  • To determine the cause of enteropathy, biopsies of the gastrointestinal tract were performed.
  • Coeliac disease, also known as gluten enteropathy, is an immunological problem that affects people genetically predisposed to it. Times, Sunday Times
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