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Intestinal Lymphangiectasia

Intestinal Lymphangiectasia is an obstructive disorder that results in dilated lymph vessels or lacteals. This disorder is one of the four chief cases of protein-losing enteropathy by which proteins are lost through the pet’s intestinal tract. An inflammation applies back pressure on the lymph vessels causing them to dilate. Inflammation in the intestine or local structures may block the lymph flow. These lacteals absorb nutritional fat. When…

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