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Ursachen eines Therapieversagens bei der glutensensitiven Enteropathie und beim Morbus Whipple

  • H. Menge
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Part of the Interdisziplinäre Gastroenterologie book series (GASTROENTEROLOG)

Zusammenfassung

Gemäß der auf der 1. Internationalen Konferenz zur „Einheimischen Sprue“ im Jahre 1969 in London gegebenen Definition müssen zur Sicherung der Diagnose einer glutensensitiven Enteropathie folgende Kriterien erfüllt sein [25, 38]:
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    Hyperregeneratorischer Umbau der Dünndarmschleimhaut, verifiziert an der initial gewonnenen Biopsie noch unter einer glutenhaltigen Kost,

     
  2. 2)

    Restitution des physiologischen Schleimhautaufbaus unter einer glutenfreien Diät,

     
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    Erneutes Auftreten der morphologischen Schleimhautveränderungen während einer Glutenreexposition.

     

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