Talk:Chronic granulomatous disease

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CGD

Microscopic description

A. The sections show small bowel mucosa with a mild lymphoplasmcytic infiltrate of the lamina propria and focal intraepithelial lymphocytes and rare intraepithelial neutrophils. No granulomas are identified.
B. The sections shows small bowel mucosa with Brunner's glands, a mild lymphoplasmcytic infiltrate of the lamina propria, and focal intraepithelial lymphocytes and rare intraepithelial neutrophils. No granulomas are identified.
C. The sections show antral-type gastric mucsoa with mild fibrosis of the lamina propria. There are no granuloma and no inflammation.
D. The sections show normal body-type gastric mucosa. No granulomas are identified.
E. The sections show esophageal-type epithelium with basal cell hyperplasia and a mild basal-predominant lymphocytic infiltrate. No eosinophils are identified. No granulomas are identified. There is no subepithelial tissue present.

Final diagnosis

A. Jejunum, biopsy - mild chronic active non-specific jejunitis.
B. Duodenum, biopsy - mild chronic active non-specific duodenitis.
C. Gastric antrum, biopsy - antral-type gastric mucosa with mild fibrosis of the lamina propria, no active inflammation.
D. Gastric body, biopsy - no pathologic diagnosis.
E. Esophagus; biopsy - mild non-specific chronic esophagitis.