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Symptoms of intestinal lymphangiectasia include severe edema or swelling, thickening of the wall of small intestine, protein-losing enteropathy, accumulation of fluid in the abdomen, and collection of fluid surrounding the lungs. It can also result in enlarged lymph vessels supplying the small intestine.