The Spectrum of Celiac Disease: Epidemiology, Clinical Aspects and Treatment

Greetje J. Tack; Wieke H. M. Verbeek; Marco W. J. Schreurs; Chris J. J. Mulder

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Many factors have contributed to the increased prevalence of celiac disease, which has emerged as a common food intolerance worldwide that can be diagnosed at all ages. Growing insight into the clinical presentation of celiac disease has resulted in novel diagnostic, prognostic and therapeutic dilemmas and highlights the importance of considering the current diagnostic criteria of celiac disease and its complications, as well as the evaluation and development of new treatment modalities.


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