enteropathy


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en·ter·op·a·thy

 (ĕn′tə-rŏp′ə-thē)
n. pl. en·ter·op·a·thies
A disease of the intestinal tract.

enteropathy

(ˌɛntəˈrɒpəθɪ)
n
(Pathology) any disease of the intestine
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.enteropathy - a disease of the intestinal tract
disease - an impairment of health or a condition of abnormal functioning
ileus, intestinal obstruction - blockage of the intestine (especially the ileum) that prevents the contents of the intestine from passing to the lower bowel
Translations
entéropathie

en·ter·op·a·thy

n. enteropatía, cualquier anomalía o enfermedad del intestino.

enteropathy

n (pl -thies) enteropatía; protein-losing — enteropatía perdedora de proteínas
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The positive diagnosis of CD was based on the presence of characteristic duodenal enteropathy, which can range from intraepithelial lymphocytosis (LIEs) to total villous flattening; positive serology for specific antibodies, mainly those directed against type 2 tissue transglutaminase (tTG); and CD-associated symptoms.
it had also created the perfect setting for environmental enteropathy [a disease of the intestine,
The report launched here earlier claims that this had not only sustained high levels of diarrhea, it had also created the perfect setting for environmental enteropathy [a disease of the intestine, especially the small intestine].
Ahmed Iliyasu also said that 'in order to generate significant benefits for public health, the environment and for certain economic sectors such as fisheries, livestock, tourism and property markets, providing potable water and hygiene environment is required because it will reduce intestinal worm infections, diarrheal diseases, environmental enteropathy which lead to a poor nutritional status and cholera which is transmitted via contaminated water.'
The unrecognised threat behind our dismal stunting rates is due to something known as environmental enteropathy, a process by which fecal pathogens like E.
Celiac disease is an immune mediated enteropathy. It is often associated with some autoimmune diseases such as type 1 diabetes mellitus, autoimmune thyroid disorders, Sjogren syndrome and IgA nephropathy [1].
ACCORDING to a new World Bank report, the alarming state of water supply and poor sanitation in Pakistan is creating major health hazards for the entire population with young children most at risk due to diarrhea as well as growth faltering due to environmental enteropathy which limits the absorption of nutrients even during periods when the child shows no signs of diarrhea -eventually leading to stunting.
Young children are most at risk due to diarrhea as well as growth faltering due to environmental enteropathy, which limits the absorption of nutrients even during periods when the child shows no signs of diarrhea-eventually leading to stunting.
Young children are at risk at the most due to diarrhoea as well as growth faltering due to environmental enteropathy, which limits the absorption of nutrients even during periods when the child shows no signs of diarrhoea eventually leading to stunting, the reported said.
Young children are most at risk due to diarrhoea as well as growth faltering due to environmental enteropathy, which limits the absorption of nutrients even during periods when the child shows no signs of diarrheaeventually leading to stunting.
Even in this older classification, it was recognized that the "type II" form of the disease was rarely (if ever) associated with underlying celiac disease/gluten-sensitive enteropathy. It also was known to have important morphologic and immunophenotypic differences from the "classic" form of EATL.
Distinctive features of NK/T cell lymphomas are the positivity of NK (CD2) and EBV markers and absence of histopathological findings of enteropathy in the surrounding mucosa (9).