Review article: coeliac disease in later life must not be missed

ConclusionsCoeliac disease not uncommonly presents for the first time in older patients and is an important diagnosis to make.
Source: Alimentary Pharmacology and Therapeutics - Category: Drugs & Pharmacology Authors: Tags: REVIEW ARTICLE Source Type: research

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Summary BackgroundA repeat biopsy is recommended, but often omitted in coeliac disease patients on a gluten‐free diet. The effect of performing or not performing repeat biopsies is currently unknown. AimTo identify factors associated with and the significance of lacking biopsy for long‐term outcome. Predictors and the importance of incomplete histological recovery after 1 year was investigated in re‐biopsied patients. MethodsA total of 760 patients participated in a nationwide follow‐up study. Medical data were gathered via interviews and patient records, and blood samples were drawn for serology. Current symptoms ...
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Summary BackgroundA repeat biopsy is recommended, but often omitted in coeliac disease patients on a gluten‐free diet. The effect of performing or not performing repeat biopsies is currently unknown. AimTo identify factors associated with and the significance of lacking biopsy for long‐term outcome. Predictors and the importance of incomplete histological recovery after 1 year was investigated in re‐biopsied patients. MethodsA total of 760 patients participated in a nationwide follow‐up study. Medical data were gathered via interviews and patient records, and blood samples were drawn for serology. Current symp...
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