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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Gluten-sensitive enteropathy (Coeliac disease): controversies in diagnosis and classification.
One recent study from Iran concluded that "a significant minority of recurrent aphthous stomatitis (RAS) patients have gluten-sensitive enteropathy.
Of these, celiac disease, a gluten-sensitive enteropathy, is the only common disorder that is preventable through diet modification.
Gluten intolerance is associated with gluten-sensitive enteropathy or celiac disease.
There is really no evidence that there is gluten-sensitive enteropathy in autism.
Preferential activation of CD4 T lymphocytes in the lamina propria of gluten-sensitive enteropathy.
Individuals who are 'sensitive' to gluten may be diagnosed with 'celiac disease,' which is also called gluten sensitivity, gluten-sensitive enteropathy, celiac sprue, celiac sprue disease, or non-tropical sprue.