Osteoporosis and liver disease: additional reasons for coeliac disease screening

Marignani, M.; Angeletti, S.; Morini, S.
March 2003
Gut;Mar2003, Vol. 52 Issue 3, p452
Academic Journal
Suggests that physicians caring for patients with the above mentioned liver diseases should screen them for celiac disease (CD) in the presentsce of signs and symptoms suggestive of malabsorption such as osteoporosis. Association between osteoporosis and liver disease; Benefits of doing reasonable strategy as detection of CD.


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