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Differential diagnosis algorithm for CELIAC DISEASE (English-US)

Informational sheet on celiac disease describing symptoms, co-morbidities, and diagnostic pathway. A diagnostic pathway flowchart indicates who needs to be screened and which tests to be performed. The flow chart was created by Prof. Carlo Catassi.

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Differential diagnosis algorithm for Gluten Related Disorders (English-US)

An informational sheet on gluten related disorders describing symptoms and the diagnostic pathway. The differences between celiac disease (CD) and gluten sensitivity (GS) on a molecular level and in terms of immune reaction are described in detail. A diagnostic pathway flowchart indicates who needs to be screened and which tests to be performed. Compiled by the Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, USA, in collaboration with the Seconda Università degli Studi di Napoli, Italy published in BMC Medicine.

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Gluten Sensitivity Booklet (English-US)

Based on the information from the consensus conference and further research Dr. Schär's Professional Team has developed a new booklet on gluten sensitivity. This booklet provides the most up to date information on the symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of gluten sensitivity. The content summarizes the information from the expert consensus conference and further research from the leading researchers in this developing area of gluten related disorders.

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