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Protein loss gastrointestinal syndrome

Protein losing gastrointestinal syndrome, also known as protein losing gastrointestinal disease, is also known as protein leaking gastrointestinal disease or exudative gastrointestinal disease. It refers to a syndrome caused by the loss of plasma protein, especially albumin from gastrointestinal mucosa due to various reasons. The main clinical manifestations are systemic edema and hypoproteinemia.


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