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What is the disease course for eosinophilic enteropathy?

What is the disease course for eosinophilic enteropathy?

Varies with location: Uncommon disorder. Xs eosinophils (type of wbc) in parts of gut, esophagus, stomach, small bowel, colon. Symptoms can vary with layer of gut involved: pain, nausea, cramps, diarrhea, swallowing issues, anemia. Diagnosis needs endoscopy and biopsy. Rx varies; can include diet changes, meds. ...Read more

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Intestinal Diseases (Definition)

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What is the best medicine for ulcerative colitis disease so far?

What is the best medicine for ulcerative colitis disease so far?

Messlamines: This is still the most commonly prescribed and safest long-term medication to be used to treat uc. Important to be compliant and remain on them. There are several brands - ask your doctor to see which one is best for you. ...Read more

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What is the treament for autoimmune diseases?

What is the treament for autoimmune diseases?

Suppression: Blocking the body's immune reaction to its own tissues often requires interference with the immune system itself, either non-specifically with steroids, drugs which attack immune mediating cells, or drugs which block receptor sites, etc. Many of these are effective in limiting the damage due to disease, but have their own toxicities to deal with. ...Read more

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What is the treatment for ulcerative colitis?

What is the treatment for ulcerative colitis?

Medical: See a family doctor or gastroenterologist for evaluation & selection of the right medication for your specific conditions. Surgery used rarely. Colonoscopy surveillance likely indicated for most patients. ...Read more

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What is the treatment for inflammatory bowel disease (ibd)?

What is the treatment for inflammatory bowel disease (ibd)?

1: Common causes of ibd are crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis. Various treatments include steroids, mesalamine, immunosuppressants and biologic agents. It is best for you to consult your gastroenterologist since ibd treatment requires a very personalized approach. ...Read more

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What is the best treatment of ulcerative colitis steroid?

No: Steroids are a good thing if other treatments should fail. You should check with a gastroenterologist. They are useful in severe disease but not first line. ...Read more

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What is the treatment for hirchsprung's disease?

What is the treatment for hirchsprung's disease?

Tests: Xrays and biopsy to confirm hirschsprung's disease, this is the lack of certain nerve cells in the large intestine. A rectal biopsy will be necessary. ...Read more

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What is the treatment for non-hodgkin disease?

What is the treatment for non-hodgkin disease?

NHL treatment: There are a lot of different types of non hodgkin's lymphoma treatment will depend on the type, the biology and the stage of nhl. In general, treatment for nhl would include systemic teatment such as chemotherapy +/- biological therapy, radioimmuntherapy. Radiation therapy is also used in the right setting vs clinical trial. Read more at www.Lls.Org, www.Cancer.Gov or www.Nccn.Com. Discuss with md. ...Read more

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What is the best antibiotic for chronic liver disease?

What is the best antibiotic for chronic liver disease?

Not sure...: If i understand your question. Antibiotics are not used to treat liver disease. If you are asking about antibiotics to treat some other infection when a person already has liver disease, then there are many and numerous options depending on the type of infection being treated. The choices would be too numerous to print here, and your doctor would know the best for your conditions. ...Read more

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What is the cause for stills disease?

What is the cause for stills disease?

No simple cause: "still's" is a synonym in many places for juvenile rheumatoid arthritis which is at least three diseases, all of unknown etiology that represent disturbances in the immune system. Mimics include lyme disease ; parvo b19. You're unlikely to find the etiology for a particular case of true still's; rarely an elimination diet might reveal a simple food allergy but this is the exception. ...Read more

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What is the course of disease (with and without treatment) for acute asthma?

What is the course of disease (with and without treatment) for acute asthma?

Hard to say: Asthma is not a "One size fits all" problem. For some it is so minor they just cough when the seasons change, some will die of their attack if untreated. Some with rather minor asthma can go through a life threatening event when a simple aggravating factor like the flu or bronchitis triggers the attack.Modern treatments can allow most to achieve good control and minimize risk. ...Read more

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What is eosinophilic esophagitis? What is the treatment?

What is eosinophilic esophagitis? What is the treatment?

EoE: The hallmark is infiltrate of eosinophils in the wall of the esophagus leading to symptoms of reflux and at times stricture due to repeated eosinophilic inflammation. Many if not all of the cases are thought to be related to a food reaction and eliminating a few major foods have been helpful for many. Others will likely need to swallow a topical cortisone to reduce the inflammation. Much to learn ...Read more

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What is the treatment for hypereosinophilic syndrome?

What is the treatment for hypereosinophilic syndrome?

Typically prednisone: Prednisone or other corticosteroids are very effective at controlling eosinophil levels and are usually the first line of treatment. Do to the long-term side effects, other medications like Hydroxyurea and interferon-alpha can be used to lower the doses of steroids that are required. If the syndrome is related to a leukemia or a specific dna mutation, treatment with chemotherapy may be effective. ...Read more

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Is bilateral vestibulopathy disease no cure? What is the best treatment for this disease.

Is bilateral vestibulopathy disease no cure? What is the best treatment for this disease.

Damage to inner ears: If i understand the question properly i believe you are referring to your inner ears. First one needs to discover the cause before proceeding with treatment. The causes are many and include ototoxic drugs, autoimmune disorders, heredity, and infectious causes such as syphilis. Vestibular rehabilitation is essential and minimize the use of suppressants to allow for compensation. Well wishes. ...Read more

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What treatment is there for celiac disease?

What treatment is there for celiac disease?

Strict gluten-free: Celiac disease (cd) is an immune-mediated enteropathy that inflames &destroys small intestinal lining. It is triggered in genetically-determined persons by dietary exposure to gluten (protein found in wheat, barley, rye). Distinguish cd from gluten sensitivity where patients manifest GI upset but no inflammation when eating gluten in food. Only current cd treatment is ABSOLUTE gluten avoidance. ...Read more

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What is the cause of celiac disease or wheat allergy?

What is the cause of celiac disease or wheat allergy?

Intestine inflamatio: Celiac disease is caused by your digestive tract being sensitive to wheat and consequently you have inflamation in the digestive tract and can lead to ulcers and much discomfort. Typically it is heriditary. See your gastroenterologist. ...Read more

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What is the treatment of pancreatic disease?

What is the treatment of pancreatic disease?

Depends: Treatment depends on the nature of the pancreatic disorder. In general, there are several types of causes, inflammatory, autoimmune, traumatic or malignant. Since pancreatitis is really the only one of the above that can be treated, it is important to determine the cause, such as alcohol, gallstones, medications, elevated fatty acid levels and elevated calcium levels. ...Read more