The following Conditions are related to Enlarged lymph
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- Waldmann disease
Primary intestinal lymphangiectasia (PIL) is a rare digestive disorder characterized by abnormally enlarged (dilatated) lymph vessels supplying the lining of the small intestine. The main symptoms are swelling of the limbs and abdominal discomfort. The disorder is usually diagnosed before three years of age but is sometimes diagnosed later in life. Read More
- Whipple disease
An uncommon bacterial infection called Whipple disease typically affects your joints and digestive tract.Whipple illness disrupts normal digestion by making it difficult for food to be broken down and by making it more difficult for your body to absorb nutrients like fats and carbs.Your brain, heart, and eyes are just a few of the many organs that Whipple illness can infect.Whipple illness can be Read More