Lymphangiectasia, Whipple’s Disease, Eosinophilic Enteritis
Primary intestinal lymphangiectasia, Whipple's disease and eosinophilic enteritis are rare chronic conditions mainly involving the small bowel tract. In this chapter are presented the most frequent ultrasonographic findings observed in association with these diseases.
KeywordsIrritable Bowel Syndrome Bowel Wall Chylous Ascites Eosinophilic Gastroenteritis Mesenteric Edema
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