Celiac Disease: Celiac Sprue, Gluten-sensitive Enteropathy

Gheller-Rigoni, Anita I.; Yale, Steven H.; Abdulkarim, Ahmad S.
February 2004
Clinical Medicine & Research;Feb2004, Vol. 2 Issue 1, p71
Academic Journal
Provides information on celiac disease (CD) or gluten-sensitive enteropathy. Pathophysiology of CD; Common presentation of CD; Diagnostic study of choice in CD.


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