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inflammation of the jejunum of the small intestine

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(d) Moderate chronic jejunitis in hMSC-treated mouse--note atrophy of crypts and loss of architecture of villi (Kreyberg, magnification 400x).
However, the substance prevented laminitis in horses with proximal duodenum jejunitis (LA REBIERE et al., 2008).
(2011) Multifocal granulomatous jejunitis associated with an argyrophilic gram-positive segmented filamentous bacterium in a Holstein cow.
Histologic lesions included acute diffuse, severe atrophic jejunitis (Figure 2, panel B) and mild vacuolation of superficial epithelial cells and subepithelial edema in cecum and colon (Figure 2, panel C).
Acute Perforation of Jejunum Secondary to Primary Jejunitis.
Patients with concomitant complications such as ulcerative jejunitis or autoimmune enteropathy and patients with collagenous sprue were excluded.
The patient described here was compliant with the diet, and diagnostic testing revealed no evidence of lactose intolerance, microscopic colitis, small bowel bacterial overgrowth, ulcerative jejunitis, or lymphoma.
Mucosal intra-epithelial lymphocytes in enteropathy-associated T-cell lymphoma, ulcerative jejunitis, and refractory celiac disease constitute a neoplastic population.
One article reported that from a group of 713 CD patients only 5 patients (0.7%) were diagnosed with ulcerative jejunitis and thus presumably RCDII [10].