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StephanieBZ

Collagenous Sprue In Large Intestine

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I just had a colonoscopy and doc thinks I have collagenous sprue in my large intestine, says its rare. Has anyone else heard of this? I can't even google info on this, just CS in the small intestine.

Could he have meant collagenous colitis? That is found by examining samples taken during a colonoscopy--it's also called microscopic colitis and can be associated with Celiac.


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I already have lymphocytic colitis. This is clearly bands of collagen in the large intestine, which the doctor described as collagenous sprue. Weird, huh?

Yes.


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