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Kottemamman

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Hi all,

I spent a few hours at the university library the other day and found some articles I guess more people than I myself is interested in. They might come in handy when it comes to convincing some doctors that blood tests aren


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Thanks Nancym! ;-)

(I have obviously been in the medtech business for far too long now, I don


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So, does this also apply, would you think, to stool tests like Enterolab? They're testing for similar things, it's just supposed to be more sensitive, right?

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This is great! I'll attempt to translate to lay-man's terms.

There's a very good chance (33%) of false negative blood tests unless your intestines are in horrible shape. Never be put off by simply negative blood tests, insist on endoscopy.

I am just a lay person, but I read that completely different! 23% chance of false negative with total villous atrophy and 67% chance of false negative with partial villous atrophy. Am I interpreting that wrong? :unsure:

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