Coeliac disease presenting as variceal haemorrhage

Thorburn, D.; Stanley, A.J.; Foulis, A.; Tait, R. Campbell
May 2003
Gut;May2003, Vol. 52 Issue 5, p758
Academic Journal
Reports on a case involving a patient suffering from coeliac disease presenting as variceal hemorrhage. Symptoms manifested by the patient; Characteristics of the condition.


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