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Celiac Disease Diagnosis, Testing & Treatment
This category contains a comprehensive overview that covers the information on diagnosing and treating celiac disease, including the latest research on the various new tests/screening techniques.
Note: The only medically acceptable treatment for celiac disease is a 100% gluten-free diet for life.
Adherence to biopsy guidelines recommended by the AGA in 2006 - that at least four samples be submitted - doubles the probability of a celiac diagnosis.
gluten-free diet, and want to know if they can have gluten again, then a challenge is in order (reintroduce gluten).
A team of researchers recently set out to assess the positive predictive value of blood test screening for possible cases of celiac disease.
A team of researchers recently conducted a systematic review of diagnostic testing for celiac disease among patients with abdominal symptoms.
Tina Turbin describes the recent research indicating an association between irritable bowel syndrome and celiac disease. She describes celiac disease and gluten intolerance and the treatment, a gluten-free diet. She also sets down some of the benefits of increased celiac awareness and support for the gluten-free community.
A team of researchers affiliated with the South-Eastern Norway Regional Health Authority and the University of Oslo is conducting a clinical trial to evaluate the use of HLA-DQ2-gliadin tetramer for diagnosing celiac disease. Their study will assess the use of HLA-DQ2-gliadin tetramer for staining gluten specific T cells to effectively diagnose uncertain celiac disease.