The main cause of the development of the disease is currently assumed to be a violation of acetazolamide of the immune system of various origins. The active stage of the disease is characterized by the localization of bacteria in microphages, which indicates their loss of the ability to lyse microorganisms. With the development of Whipple's Disease, there is a reduced production of antibodies to the pathogen in the body, or its complete absence. The lack of a cellular immune response becomes more pronounced.
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