COELIAC DISEASE AND SMALL BOWEL ADENOCARCINOMA--AN INITIAL ANALYSIS OF THE UNDERLYING MECHANISMS
- Lactase Enzyme, Detected Immunohistochemically, Is Lost in Active Celiac Disease, but Unaffected by Oats Challenge. Srinivasan, Usha; Jones, Eileen; Weir, Donald G.; Feighery, Conleth // American Journal of Gastroenterology;Oct1999, Vol. 94 Issue 10, p2936
OBJECTIVES: The loss of lactase activity that occurs in active celiac disease resolves on adherence to a gluten-free diet that excludes the cereals wheat, barley, rye, and oats. Recently, an immunohistochemical technique has been described to evaluate lactase expression in primary hypolactasia....
- Editorial. van Rensburg, Christo // South African Gastroenterology Review;Apr2014, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p1
An introduction to the journal is presented in which the guest editors discuss complex issue of coeliac's disease (CD).
- Symptom Finder: Celiac Disease. Bidwell, Rebecca // Baby Talk;Sep2001, Vol. 66 Issue 7, p21
Focuses on celiac disease, an allergy to glutten. Consequence if the condition is untreated; Symptoms and diagnosis, Treatment.
- Gluten sensitivity: a many headed hydra. Hadjivassiliou, M.; Grunewald, R. A.; Davies-Jones, G. A. B. // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);06/26/99, Vol. 318 Issue 7200, p1710
Editorial. Focuses on coeliac disease or gluten sensitivity enteropathy. History of the treatment of coeliac disease; Association between neurological disorders and adult coeliac disease; Typical clinical manifestation of a patient with gluten sensitivity.
- Celiac disease comes in many disguises. Donohue, Paul G. // Adirondack Daily Enterprise;7/14/2010, Vol. 117 Issue 165, p6
The article provides an answer to a question related to celiac disease.
- Celiac disease. // Mayo Clinic Health Letter;Nov2000, Vol. 18 Issue 11, p7
Provides information pertaining to celiac disease, an inherited intolerance to gluten that results in intestinal and other disorders. Recognizing the problem; Primary treatment; Other ways to manage gluten intolerance. INSET: Testing for the disease..
- The aberrant intraepithelial T cells in refractory coeliac disease show epidermotropism. Hongxiang Liu; Fofaria, Rishi K.; Greenfield, Simon M.; Robson, Alistair; Wright, Penny; Isaacson, Peter G.; Woodward, Jeremy; Ming-Qing Du // Journal of Clinical Pathology;Apr2014, Vol. 67 Issue 4, p380
The article presents a case study of a 47 year old male patient who presented to physicians with a two year history of epigastric pain, occasional nausea and vomiting, intermittent light and bulky stool, and weight loss. A discussion of diagnostic testing, including immunohistochemistry, which...
- Scope on SAGES: Report on the activities of the South African Gastroenterology Society (SAGES). Naidoo, V. G. // South African Gastroenterology Review;Apr2014, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p7
The article offers information on the activities of the South African Gastroenterology Society (SAGES). It discusses various purposes of SAGES including to promote an interest in and the study of digestive diseases, to serve as the leading authority in Gastroenterology and to facilitate the...
- Continuing Medical Education Questions: December 2010. DeVault, Kenneth R.; Rangnekar, Amol S.; Lewis, Jason // American Journal of Gastroenterology;Dec2010, Vol. 105 Issue 12, p2562
A quiz concerning the prevention measures and treatment of celiac disease is presented.