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enteropathy

[‚en·tə′räp·ə·thē]
(medicine)
Disease of the intestine.
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Enteropathic spondyloarthritis: from diagnosis to treatment.
The patients had been diagnosed according to the Amor criteria.1 The patients were further classified as having either AS, according to Modified New York criteria, Psoriatic arthritis, according to Classification of Psoriatic Arthritis (CASPAR) criteria, Reactive arthritis, enteropathic arthritis if they fulfilled Amor criteria and had evidence of inflammatory bowel disease,5 and undifferentiated SpA if patients had arthritis that failed to satisfy diagnostic or classification criteria for one of the other forms; axial spondylitis or peripheral spondyloarthritis.1 Patients who were either pregnant or had used steroids for more than 2 weeks at a dose of prednisolone more than 7.5mg/day were excluded.
PsA, along with Reiter's syndrome, ankylosing spondylitis, and enteropathic arthropathies, is one of the seronegative spondyloarthropathies associated with HLA-B27.
Primary ankylosing spondylitis, psoriatic and enteropathic spondyloarthropathy: a controlled analysis.
Organisms Disease ENTERIC VIRUSES: Enteroviruses (67 types) Gastroenteritis, heart anomalies, meningitis, others Rotaviruses Gastroenteritis Parvovirus-like agents (at least 2 types) Gastroenteritis Hepatitus A virus Infectious hepatitis Adenoviruses (31 types) Respiratory disease, conjunctivitus, others BACTERIA: Escherichia coil (enteropathic types) Gastroenteritis, typhoid fever Salmonella (approx.
Invasive enteropathic Escherichia coli dysentery: an outbreak in 28 adults.
Joints are the most common site of involvement and the co-existence of IBD with spondylitis or peripheral arthritis (Asymmetric arthritis on lower extremity joints) is considered as Spondiloarthropathy (SpA), "enteropathic arthritis" or "arthritis related to IBD" according to the "European Spondiloartropathy Study Group" criteria.
The exclusion criteria comprised previous PROM, abortion, intercourse within the preceding two weeks, BMI less than 20, polyhydraminos, breech delivery, uterus anomalies, smoking, trauma, intra-uterine infections, Wilson's disease, and enteropathic dermatitis.
Enteropathic arthritis or enteroarthritis (EA) is a spondyloarthritis (SpA) which occurs in patients with inflammatory bowel diseases (IBDs) and other gastrointestinal diseases, such as Whipple's disease (WD), celiac disease (CD), and intestinal bypass surgery [1, 2].
Probiotics have been shown to have many function, including protecting young animal against enteropathic disorders (Windschitle et al., 1991; Timmerman et al., 2005), increasing feed efficiency and weight gain (Cruywagen et al., 1995; Lesmiester et al., 2004) and improve immune system (Yoon et al., 1995; Timmerman.et al., 2005).
Other spinal arthropathies include psoriatic arthritis, enteropathic spondyloarthropathy, and rheumatoid arthritis.