Celiac Disease Journal Articles

 
 
  • Diagnostic Dilemmas in Celiac Disease While the incidence of celiac disease has increased over the years, it remains underdiagnosed. How can clinicians both raise awareness of the disease and also encourage testing in vulnerable patients?
  • Optimizing Delivery of Care in Celiac Disease What is the best way to do follow-up care in celiac disease patients, and is serological response a good way to measure treatment response?
  • The Role of the Gut Microbiome in Health and Disease How do microorganisms in the intestinal tract potentially influence biological functions beyond the gut, and how do they play a role in the development of other diseases?
  • Diagnosing and Managing Coeliac Disease in Children What revisions have been made to the BSPGHAN guidelines for diagnosing and managing pediatric celiac disease?
  • Chronic Pancreatitis Is there a connection between celiac disease and pancreatitis? This new study takes a look at this and other issues in the understanding and treatment of the disease.
  • Point-of-Care Test in Adult Case-Finding in Celiac Disease What types of tests are on the market to diagnose celiac disease? This new study examines a rapid point-of-care test available to clinicians.
  • Antibiotic Exposure and the Development of Celiac Disease Could antibiotic use potentially lead to the development of celiac disease and, if so, what are the reasons? This new study investigates.
  • Impact of Coexistent Celiac Disease on IBDs How does coexistent celiac disease potentially affect the etiology of inflammatory bowel diseases?
  • Abnormal Liver Function in Patients With Celiac Disease Is abnormal liver function common in patients with celiac disease? This new study explains how liver disease could present in this subset of patients.
  • Worldwide Variation in the Frequency of Celiac Disease What is the worldwide data on the number of people with celiac disease, and how does the disease present in patients from different racial and ethnic backgrounds?
  • The Association Between Celiac Disease and EoE  Could children and adults with celiac disease also be prone to developing eosinophilic esophagitis? This new study explores the possible connections.
  • Small Bowel Video Capsule Endoscopy This article provides an overview of video capsule endoscopy and its role in clinical practice.
  • Adults With Celiac Disease May Be at Risk of Atherosclerosis What is the reason why some patients with celiac disease could be at an increased risk for atherosclerosis? This new study explains.
  • Responses to Gluten Challenge in Adults With Celiac Disease This study examines the kinetics of responses to gluten that occur in adults with celiac disease undergoing a 14-day gluten challenge.
  • Symptoms and Reduced Quality of Life in Celiac Disease How can clinicians predict symptoms in patients with celiac disease, and how could this help them to assist patients with long-term management of the disease?
  • Dietary Proteins and Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders What role do dietary proteins play in the pathophysiology of functional gastrointestinal disorders?
  • Selected Skin Diseases With Systemic Involvement This review focuses on four skin diseases -- scleromyxedema, nephrogenic systemic fibrosis, dermatitis herpetiformis, and psoriasis -- and the underlying systemic disorders with which they are associated.
  • Dermatitis Herpetiformis This article provides a brief review of the clinical and pathological findings in dermatitis herpetiformis, a cutaneous manifestation of celiac disease.
  • Celiac Disease and Primary Biliary Cirrhosis: An Immune Link What do scientists know about the connection between celiac disease and primary biliary cirrhosis, and how does this knowledge translate into treatement strategies for both diseases?
  • Ischemic Heart Disease in Patients With Celiac Disease This new study takes an in-depth look at how some patients with celiac disease are also at risk for developing ischemic heart disease. What is the connection and how do the 2 diseases present?
 
 
 
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