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Diagnosing and Managing Celiac Disease in Primary Care: Application of ...

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Guidelines for the care of patients with suspected or known celiac disease are changing rapidly as new research leads to new understanding of the pathophysiology, assessment, and management of this increasingly common condition. Medscape spoke with ...

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For the most part, the physician being interviewed has great information and is an advocate for screening for Celiac's disease. However... this quote I was a little bit disappointed by:

 

"While in general I don't think of having celiac disease as a good thing, some patients may actually derive some benefit from having undiagnosed celiac disease, particularly as it may mitigate some of the impact of excess caloric intake and obesity."

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nope it is still asking me to log in

hmm.. I do not have a login for this website so I'm not sure how I was able to get in without one. I did, however click on the bold text in the initial post that says "all 2 new articles" and then it gave me the next link...

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hmm.. I do not have a login for this website so I'm not sure how I was able to get in without one. I did, however click on the bold text in the initial post that says "all 2 new articles" and then it gave me the next link...

 

That works :)

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