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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.


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    Is detailed grading of villous atrophy required to diagnose enteropathy? Photo: CC--Barry Stock

    Some researchers have criticized the usefulness of the 7 level Marsh-Oberhuber classification of mucosal damage in patients with celiac disease.



    Can certain bacteria strains help treat celiac disease? Photo: CC--D26B73

    Researchers have documented a reduction of gastrointestinal symptoms in untreated celiac disease patients after oral administration of Bifidobacterium infantis Natren Life Start super strain (NLS-SS).



    Image: CC--frederic glorieux

    Could gluten-degrading enzymes offer a better future for celiac patients? Researchers identify food-grade subtilisins as gluten-degrading enzymes that might help treat celiac disease.



    What can we learn from 30 years of diagnosing adult celiac disease with biopsy? Photo: CC--Hey Paul Studios

    Study evaluates thirty years of diagnosing adult celiac disease using duodenal screening biopsies.



    Hookworms might yield treatments for celiac disease and asthma. Photo: Wiki Media Commons.

    Hookworms have shown promise in treating celiac disease, and now research shows they might help treat asthma.



    Photo: CC--Ethan Prater

    It's clear from research data that what was once thought to be a childhood disease can affect people well into adulthood and old age.



    Photo: CC--Fredrik Rubensson

    Do enzymes from our mouths offer the best next treatment celiac disease?



    How early can you diagnose celiac disease? This is a most challenging question for everyone: children, parents, pediatricians, gastroenterologists and many other health professionals. This is because, like so many other diseases, celiac disease is a progressive condition that slowly creeps up on you. In addition, there is disagreement about what constitutes a definitive diagnosis of celiac disease.



    Doctors are causing delays in diagnosing women with celiac disease. Photo: CC--Erik Wilde

    A new study says doctors, not patients, are responsible for most delays in diagnosing celiac disease in women.



    Task force says more evidence needed to support open screening for celiac disease. Photo: CC--Justin Watt

    Government task force says more evidence needed to adequately weigh the benefits and harms of celiac disease screening in asymptomatic patients.



    Photo: CC--Brett Jordan

    Are there options for treating celiac disease besides a gluten-free diet?



    New understanding about celiac disease could lead to drug breakthroughs. Photo: CC--Tom Hart

    A rapidly expanding knowledge of the celiac disease regulatory pathway could soon lead to new breakthroughs.



    Celiac disease vaccine trials will start in Australia in late 2016. Photo: CC--Corey Leopold

    The world’s first vaccine aimed at curing celiac disease is slated to begin full trials in Australia later this year.



    Task force will make recommendations for celiac screening after public comments period closes. Photo: CC--Hakan Dahlstrom

    The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force will make screening recommendations regarding celiac disease screening after taking public comments.



    Teenagers can follow simple steps to manage their celiac disease. Image: CC--d3inotes

    A few simple steps can help teens take control of their own celiac disease treatments, and manage their own gluten-free diets.



    Photo: CC--Les Chatfield

    Sometimes, certain cases can stand out and grab the attention of clinicians or researchers. Such is the case of a 62-year-old woman who was suffering from severe malabsorption, and diagnosed with celiac disease based on the findings of flat, small intestinal mucosa and HLA-DQ2 positivity, although celiac blood tests were negative.



    Image: Larazotide--NIH

    Alba Therapeutics has announced that their celiac treatment, larazotide acetate, has been licensed and will enter the first Phase 3 clinical trials ever conducted in a celiac disease drug later this year.



    BiolineRx has its headquarters in Israel. Photo: Wikimedia Commons--Gilabrand

    Celiac treatment BL-7010 receives important designation as Class IIb medical device in the EU.



    Photo: CC--decar66

    What's the best way to diagnose non-celiac gluten sensitivity? New guidelines might provide an answer.



    Photo: CC--Adrian Clark

    Doctors might not need a biopsy to accurately diagnose celiac disease in asymptomatic children who have elevated anti-tTG, according to the latest study.


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