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... e genetically predisposed to autoimmunity, rather than a specific disease. In other words they genetically carry the "predisposition" rather than the particuilar autoimmune disease. ... (7 replies)
... I presume by saying autoimmune enteropathy you are meaning Gluten enteropathy? ... (7 replies)
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... and autoimmune enteropathy. Of course, she also has other problems in a nutshell that are "mysteries" to the doctors for many years. ... (7 replies)
... ally what does the "attacking." When the intestine is being attacked, the villi are destroyed, causing secretory diarrhea. It's thought that something triggers autoimmune enteropathy. What triggers it is probably something different in each case. ... (7 replies)
... My 3 month old grandson was just diagnosed with autoimmune enteropathy in Atlanta. Are you still wanting information, or were you able to get your child tested? ... (7 replies)
... My daughter at just past 3 yrs. developed chronic diahrrea, Drs misdiagnosed until she was dangerously low on electrolytes, admitted to Loma Linda, tested for you-name-it, and had her illness dubbed "autoimmune enteropathy". It's quitte rare we've been told. Basically her immune system, without suppression, attacks and destroys the villi in her intestines. That was over 11... (12 replies)
... spitalizations, three different doctors, and no conclusive diagnosis and finally as of Friday a doctor who had been consulted on her case diagnosed her with this autoimmune enteropathy. ... (3 replies)
... My daughter was diagnosed with this 10 years ago - she is now 17. We have gone through so much with this disorder - and they have NEVER been able to pinpoint why. We just recently started Remicade IV therapy. Hopefully this will help her - but we are now trying to get SSDI for her. It is believed to be very rare - affects less than 200,000 in US? That's what I understand. (7 replies)
... Does anyone know what this is or means? A pedi GI mentioned that if my son still has chronic inflamation after being Gluten free for 6 months they should think about this. (they suspect celiac's disease but the diet isn't working) Thank you so much for any information at all. (7 replies)
... years. They would know who to refer you to for an adult. Research on autoimmune enteropathy is being done by Dr. Adrian Hayday and his group at Guy's Hospital, King's College, Univ. of London. ... (12 replies)
... My daughter is 22, and has been diagnosed with Autoimmune enteropathy after being told she had celiac disease. She has had diarrhea all her life. She has intestinal problems as well as arthritis. ... (12 replies)
... Ivan, my daughter's Ped GI Specialist is at Loma Linda Medical Center near San Bernardino in southern California. Loma Linda is world-famous for its state-of-the-art cancer center, heart center, trauma center, pediatric center...her specialist, who was in contact with experts in the field not just in Boston, but also in Europe. My daugher was tested for everything but the... (12 replies)
... I am curious to learn more about autoimmune enteropathy (IE). My 3 y/o son is currently being tested for it. Supposedly the only place in the US that does the test is a lab in Boston. We started a gluten free diet over a year ago, b/c biopsy seemed to indicate Celiac Disease. While I think he does have CD, I have been concerned about other issues, and his Pedi GI doctor... (12 replies)
... Our son was aged 2 weeks when diagnosed with an autoimmune enteropathy! Prednisolone, azathioprine did nothing for the diarrhoea problems. ... (12 replies)

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