Whipple's disease

[ wĭpəlz ]

n.

A rare disease in which the intestinal wall is invaded by macrophages containing the remnants of bacteria and which is characterized by steatorrhea, generalized lymphadenopathy, arthritis, fever, and cough.intestinal lipodystrophy

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