From edematous syndrome to the diagnosis of "intestinal lymphangiectasia" (clinical observation of a rare disease)
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intestinal lymphangiectasia, clinical picture, diagnosis, treatment, prognosis

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Gubergrits, N. B., Linevskaya, K. Y., & Voronin, K. A. (2018). From edematous syndrome to the diagnosis of "intestinal lymphangiectasia" (clinical observation of a rare disease). Herald of Pancreatic Club, 41(4), 66-72. https://doi.org/10.33149/vkp.2018.04.10

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The article presents differential diagnostic approaches to the verification of intestinal lymphangiectasia in a patient with edematous syndrome; features of the clinical picture, diagnosis, treatment and prognosis of intestinal lymphangiectasia are shown.

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