Chronic enteropathy associated with SLCO2A1 gene
A rare genetic gastroenterological disease characterized by the presence of multiple persistent intractable ulcers of the small intestine leading to chronic blood and protein loss. Signs and symptoms include abdominal pain anemia fatigue edema and diarrhea. Morphologically the condition manifests with multiple sharply demarcated shallow lesions with irregular circular or linear shape.
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