Marsh type

Appendix A

Marsh Type

Description of Lesion

0

Preinfiltrative mucous membrane

I

Addition in IELs and infiltration of lymph cells into the lamina propria

Mucosal architecture remains normal

Two

Crypt hyperplasia and partial villus wasting

Three

Crypt hyperplasia and entire villus wasting

Four

Hypoplastic lesion with villus wastings but normal crypt tallness and IEL Numberss

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