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Inayat, Faisal; Hurairah, Abu (2016)
Publisher: Cureus
Journal: Cureus
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: colitis, hypereosinophilic syndrome, jaundice, Gastroenterology, hepatitis

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mesheuropmc: biological phenomena, cell phenomena, and immunity, reproductive and urinary physiology
The objective of this investigation was to study the gastrointestinal and hepatic involvement in hypereosinophilic syndrome (HES). Gastrointestinal or hepatic involvement is estimated to affect up to one-third of patients with HES, although most of the clinical evidence has been derived from case reports. In literature, HES presenting with hepatitis and jaundice with subsequent development of colitis is a rare clinicopathologic entity. Given the clinical implications, physicians should include HES among differentials in these types of presentations.

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