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Concept Eosinophils
Academic Article Antral inflammatory cells, gastric emptying, and electrogastrography in pediatric functional dyspepsia.
Academic Article Montelukast in the treatment of duodenal eosinophilia in children with dyspepsia: effect on eosinophil density and activation in relation to pharmacokinetics.
Academic Article Useful biomarkers in pediatric eosinophilic duodenitis and their existence: a case-control, single-blind, observational pilot study.
Academic Article Anti-TNF, infliximab, and adalimumab can be effective in eosinophilic bowel disease.
Academic Article Eosinophils and mast cells as therapeutic targets in pediatric functional dyspepsia.
Academic Article Intestinal permeability in children/adolescents with functional dyspepsia.
Academic Article Investigation of potential early Histologic markers of pediatric inflammatory bowel disease.
Academic Article Histopathological changes in the gastroduodenal mucosa of children with functional dyspepsia.
Academic Article Gallbladder wall inflammatory cells in pediatric patients with biliary dyskinesia and cholelithiasis: a pilot study.
Academic Article Activated duodenal mucosal eosinophils in children with dyspepsia: a pilot transmission electron microscopic study.
Academic Article Effectiveness of dietary allergen exclusion therapy on eosinophilic colitis in Chinese infants and young children = 3 years of age.
Academic Article Mucosal Th17 Cells Are Increased in Pediatric Functional Dyspepsia Associated with Chronic Gastritis.
Academic Article Colonic mucosal inflammatory cells in children and adolescents with lactase deficiency.
Academic Article A cross-sectional study of nausea in functional abdominal pain: relation to mucosal mast cells and psychological functioning.
Academic Article The relationship between mucosal inflammatory cells, specific symptoms, and psychological functioning in youth with irritable bowel syndrome.
Academic Article Mucosal eosinophils, mast cells, and intraepithelial lymphocytes in youth with rumination syndrome.
Academic Article Colonic mucosal eosinophilia in children without inflammatory bowel disease.
Academic Article Presence of Increased Mast Cells in Infants and Children with Volume and Variety Limited Intake.

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