PMID: 13949548Sep 1, 1962Paper

Intestinal reticulosis as a complication of idiopathic steatorrhoea



Three patients who had idiopathic steatorrhoea associated with reticulosarcoma of either the jejunum or the ileum are described. Previously reported cases with these features are reviewed and the suggestion is made that the reticulosis may arise as a complication of idiopathic steatorrhoea.


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