Diagnosis - Gastroenterology

Whipple's disease

Whipple's disease is an infrequent bacterial infection that most often affects the gastrointestinal system. Whipple's disease interferes with normal digestion, impairing the breakdown of foods, such as fats and carbohydrates. It hinders the body's ability to take up nutrients. Next to the effect on the intestinal tract, Whipple's disease can pass on a disease to other organs such as the brain, heart, joints and eyes.

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  • HELIOS Hospital Krefeld-Duesseldorf

    HELIOS Hospital Krefeld-Duesseldorf

    Krefeld is located close to Duesseldorf and its international airport, which is one of the largest in Germany. The HELIOS Hospital Krefeld has a long history that reaches back to 1845. Since this time the hospital is known for medical care on the highest level.

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  • HELIOS Hospital Siegburg-Bonn

    HELIOS Hospital Siegburg-Bonn

    With 380 beds, the HELIOS Hospital Siegburg is an acute care hospital with two highly-effiecient medical facilities.

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