We (Tsuchiya et al., 1973) have reported that the lymphangiectasia of the small intestine was revealed not only in protein-losing enteropathy but also in liver cirrhosis and Behçet’s disease. Although lymphangiectasia of the small intestine does not necessarily cause enteric protein loss, what mechanism does trigger this loss?
KeywordsCatheter Albumin Germinal Barium Angiotensin
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