İdiyopatik kronik Ürtiker bulgularıyla gelen çölyak hastalığı : Bir vaka takdimi

Dinler, Gönül; Kalaycı, Ayhan Gazi; Gün, Seda
January 2009
Cocuk Sagligi ve Hastaliklari Dergisi;oca-mar2009, Vol. 52 Issue 1, p36
Academic Journal
Celiac disease is an autoimmune systemic disorder induced by the intake of gluten proteins, in genetically susceptible persons. The clinical spectrum varies from classical malabsorption to asymptomatic silent form. It is known to be associated with other autoimmune diseases such as insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus and autoimmune thyroiditis. In this regard, an association of celiac disease and idiopathic chronic urticaria may be expected frequently, but there are only a few such reports in the literature. In this paper, we report a case with celiac disease who has been followed for five years as chronic urticaria.


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