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Reversal of Psychopathology in Adult Coeliac Disease with the Aid of Pyridoxine (vitamin B6) - Scandinavia
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Source: Scandinavian Journal
of Gastroenterology, 18:(2):299-304, 1983 Mar.
Authors - Hallert C., Astrom J., Walan A.
Signs of mental depression are typical in adults with coeliac disease. The response to treatment was evaluated in 12 consecutive patients by means of the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI), with surgical patients serving as controls. The coeliacs reported no change in depressive symptoms after 1 years gluten withdrawal despite evidence of improvement in the
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