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to become lower in quality, character, or condition

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a decrease in size of an organ caused by disease or disuse

any weakening or degeneration (especially through lack of use)

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pylori infection may have a protective role against the development of severe forms of villous atrophy. Additional studies are needed to assess the association between H.
To reveal the association between villous atrophy and HIV infection, the expression of intestinal CD4+ T cells was examined using duodenal specimens and immunohistochemistry staining (NCL-L-CD4-368; Novocastra, Newcastle, United Kingdom).
In small intestinal mucosal biopsies with a Marsh score of I and/or II, there is no villous atrophy [20].
Caption: FIGURE 1: Total villous atrophy, increased number of intraepithelial lymphocytes, and crypt hyperplasia; CD3 x400.
Although PC21A strain replicated in cecum and colon epithelial cells, cellular necrosis and villous atrophy were not evident.
Severe villous atrophy was found in 53% of the first group, compared with only 34% of the latter, the investigators said (din.
The pathologic changes are villous atrophy and crypt hyperplasia secondary to toxic prolamines.
(Table 2 & 3) On jejunal biopsy, partial villous atrophy was seen in only one case while in the rest, it was normal.
Notwithstanding this, a severe villous atrophy is a well-known event in these syndromes, which could be due to intraluminal factors, such as bacterial overgrowth and toxic bacterial metabolites [20,21].
Active CD (ACD) was diagnosed according to current guidelines for adult CD [22], that is, if biopsies showed increased numbers of intraepithelial lymphocytes, crypt hyperplasia, and villous atrophy together with antibodies against transglutaminase-2 (TG2A) and endomysium.
The intestinal lesions characterized by severe villous atrophy, changes in surface epithelium, and villi in RSS affected birds may account for clinical signs of diarrhea.
The traditional diagnosis of celiac disease depends on confirmation of villous atrophy, cryptic livperplasia, or intraepithelial lymphocytosis in samples collected during small intestinal biopsy.
Microscopy reveals shortened microvilli and villous atrophy with an increased number of secretory granules within enterocytes and membrane-bound inclusions on EM without crypt hyperplasia or inflammation, which was the case in our patient.
Introduction: Celiac Disease (CD) is an immune response to ingested wheat gluten and related proteins of rye and barley that leads to inflammation, villous atrophy and intestinal crypt hyper- plasia.1,2 CD was considered as a rare malabsorption syndrome in the previously that can only occur in children, now it is a common condition that may be diagnosed at any age.3 The aim of this study was to assess the thyroid functions in Celiac Disease patients by measuring serum levels of free thyroxine (fT4) and thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH).
The clinical profile of cases detected because of positive serological tests seems to be quite different compared to historical cases detected based on severe malabsorption and histopathology only (total villous atrophy).1 The cases detected by positive serology often exhibit non-specific histopathological changes that are common in other conditions as well.