whipples disease

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  • Prognosis of Whipple's Disease

    Prognosis of Whipple's Disease

    After treatment, the likely outcome for most people with Whipple’s disease is good. But, it is important to seek treatment when it is necessary or it may cause complications that also include death.

  • What is the treatment of Whipples Disease?

    What is the treatment of Whipples Disease?

    Whipple’s disease is treated with long-term antibiotics that kill T. whipplei bacteria.

  • What is Whipples Disease?

    What is Whipples Disease?

    Whipple’s disease is a rare bacterial infection primarily affecting the small intestine. It can also affect the heart, lungs, brain, joints, and eyes. Left untreated, Whipple’s disease is fatal.

  • What are the risks of Whipples Disease?

    What are the risks of Whipples Disease?

    Anyone can get Whipple’s disease, but people are vulnerable to Whipple’s disease owing to genetic factors that influence the body’s immune system.

  • What are the causes of Whipples Disease?

    What are the causes of Whipples Disease?

    Scientists are unsure how T. whipplei infects people. One theory is that some people are more vulnerable to Whipple’s disease, probably due to genetic factors that influence the body’s immune system.

  • Whipples Disease: Points to remember?

    Whipples Disease: Points to remember?

    People with neurologic Whipple’s disease who relapse tend to have much poorer health outcomes, including serious neurologic symptoms and even death.

  • What is the diagnosis of Whipples Disease?

    What is the diagnosis of Whipples Disease?

    Whipple’s disease is diagnosed through a careful evaluation of symptoms, endoscopy, and biopsy with tissue staining

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