• Is There a Treatment for Patients With Celiac Disease Who Accidentally Ingest Gluten?

Is There a Treatment for Patients With Celiac Disease Who Accidentally Ingest Gluten?

The oral steroid budesonide is effective in treatment of acute symptoms from gluten exposure in patients with celiac disease, researchers report in the January issue of Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology. The only established treatment for celiac disease is gluten avoidance. However, even when patients follow gluten-free diets, they can accidentally ingest

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  • What Happens to Patients With Markers of Celiac Disease but no Symptoms?

What Happens to Patients With Markers of Celiac Disease but no Symptoms?

A 3-year study of adults with potential celiac disease found most to have symptoms, and that these adults improve after gluten withdrawal, as reported in the May issue of Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology. The study also shows that patients without symptoms should not go on gluten-free diets, because they are unlikely

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