Dental and Oral Considerations in Pediatric Celiac Disease
New research suggests that a diet low in gluten may benefit health, even for people who do not have celiac disease or gluten intolerance.
ConclusionsSeropositivity and high titers of ASCA are associated with NRCD and might serve as an additional follow-up tool in CD.
Conclusion: The diagnostic yield of VCE for Saudi patients with OGIB is comparable to that reported internationally; however, data for other VCE indications, including inflammatory bowel disease, are still lacking.
Leaky gut gets blamed for everything from everyday stomach issues to pain to anxiety, yet it is one of the most mysterious ailments to diagnosis and treat. Part of the reason for this medical mystery is because the gut is such a vast and complex system. “Science continues to find new ways that the gut can influence everything from heart health to keeping our brains young,” says Dr. Alessio Fasano, director of the Center for Celiac Research and Treatment with Harvard-affiliated Massachusetts General Hospital. “There is much we know about leaky gut in terms of how it affects people’s health, but there...
Psoriasis often causes skin lesions, but a person with psoriasis may also have a higher risk of other conditions, such as celiac or inflammatory bowel disease. Other possible complications range from a type of arthritis to heart problems and depression. Find out more.
We read with interest the article by De Leo et al1 and found it worth discussing. The authors show that immunohistologic analysis of the duodenal bulb helps in the diagnosis of celiac disease (CD) in children, even in the absence of intestinal changes, and that mucosal immunoglobulin A (IgA) anti-tissue transglutaminase (anti-tTG) deposits ma y represent a new standard for diagnosing celiac disease. IgA anti-tTG deposits were confined to the bulb only in a higher proportion of patients with normal duodenal histologic features (43%) in comparison with patients with bulb-only atrophy (13%) and extensive duodenal atrophy (2%).
Publication date: December 2018Source: Joint Bone Spine, Volume 85, Issue 6Author(s): Renato Nisihara, Mariana Aguiar Koubik, Maitê Mateus, Lorete da Silva Kotze, Thelma Larocca Skare
Title: Goodbye 'Gluten-Free'? Celiac Disease Vaccine May Make It PossibleCategory: Health NewsCreated: 11/14/2018 12:00:00 AMLast Editorial Review: 11/15/2018 12:00:00 AM
A higher proportion of female vs male patients receive a diagnosis of celiac disease. Little is known about sex-based differences in the prevalence of celiac disease in undiagnosed populations. We aimed to address this knowledge gap with a systematic review and meta-analysis.
(Natural News) Celiac disease is technically considered to be untreatable. Patients suffering from this autoimmune disease must avoid consuming gluten, which triggers these symptoms. A study from India suggests that homeopathic remedies could indirectly treat this disease by strengthening the immune system. Celiac disease is a disorder of the small intestine that develops in genetically...