coeliac disease

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coeliac disease

a chronic intestinal disorder of young children caused by sensitivity to the protein gliadin contained in the gluten of cereals, characterized by distention of the abdomen and frothy and pale foul-smelling stools
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Celiac Sprue Association/USA, Newsletter--Lifeline, published quarterly
Schoenfeld said that he prefers to test for serum celiac sprue using the tissue transglutaminase antibody test, because its sensitivity is almost 100%.
Our goals are to understand the biochemical basis of celiac sprue, and to translate these insights into pharmacological agents that could allow patients to safely reincorporate these otherwise nutritious and extremely common food grains into their diet," he says.
If proven correct, the findings will lead to new insights into the causes of celiac sprue and perhaps certain other types of autoimmune diseases.
In recent decades, the pathophysiology of celiac sprue has been clarified.
are allergic to wheat or are diagnosed with celiac sprue, according to Regal.
Blame bleeding: A Dallas researcher is reporting that at least half of all people with celiac sprue - a disease in which people cannot eat wheat, rye or barley - suffer from a previously undetected intestinal bleeding.
18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The Celiac Sprue Association (CSA), the largest non-profit celiac support group in America, today announced that Omission Beer has met stringent requirements for earning the organization's Recognition Seal.
They are certified gluten-free by the Celiac Sprue Association and are 100% pork-free.
She founded the non-profit organization, "The National Celiac Sprue Society".
Gary Gray, professor emeritus of medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine and director of the Stanford Celiac Sprue Clinic, reviewed the pathophysiology of celiac disease and presented his research on the peptidase treatment of dietary gluten.