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2009-10-23 13:35:39

Duodenal biopsy remains the gold standard for celiac disease (CD) diagnosis.

2009-10-09 10:35:50

Celiac disease (CD) is an inherited intestinal disorder characterized by life-long intolerance to the ingestion of gluten, a protein found in wheat, rye, and barley.

2009-09-16 14:14:31

Patients with lesser degrees of celiac disease symptoms, such as intestinal inflammation, have a modestly increased risk of death, Swedish researchers say.

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2009-09-16 13:20:00

People with gluten allergies, also known as celiac disease, are at an increased risk of death, according to new research.

2009-09-16 07:47:21

New research indicates that patients with lesser degrees of celiac disease-related symptoms, such as intestinal inflammation or latent celiac disease, have a modestly increased risk of death, according to a study in the September 16 issue of JAMA.

2009-09-07 14:39:01

Findings reveal further detail about protein linked to inflammatory disorders.

2009-08-26 08:45:25

Anti-microbial antibody formation has been reported in celiac disease. Relatively high positivity rates were observed for the conventional antibodies

2009-07-03 08:57:20

A digestive disease caused by an immune response to gluten in wheat, barely, or rye is not only growing in prevalence, but leading to a higher rate of death for people who have it but don’t know it.

2009-07-01 17:50:19

Celiac disease, an immune system reaction to gluten in the diet, is more than four times more common today than it was 50 years ago, U.S. researchers say. Dr.

2009-07-01 09:21:39

Celiac disease, an immune system reaction to gluten in the diet, is over four times more common today than it was 50 years ago, according to findings of a Mayo Clinic study published this month in the journal Gastroenterology


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