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I recently had a camera endoscopy as recommended by my gastroenterologist. He was a bit slow to call me about the results, so I called my primary doc. His secretary read me the radiologists report: "lymphangiectasias throughout small bowel, otherwise normal."
The next day my gastroenterologist finally did call me about the procedure, and left a message saying that the test came out fine, and everything is ok.
So, here is the question: Are lymphangiectasias harmless? Or should I assume that my gastroenterologist mis-read something?
( BTW, please don't assume that I have IBS just because I am posting in this forum. I don't have a formal diagnosis yet. )
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