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Diagnostic Delay in Celiac Disease

Late diagnosis of celiac disease can have significant repercussions on patients' health, so it is crucial to identify it as soon as possible. It is known that the symptoms of the disease can vary widely, making detection sometimes difficult. Some patients experience digestive symptoms; however, they can also manifest extra-digestive symptoms. It is concerning that [...]

2023-06-28T11:28:53+01:0028 de June, 2023|Scientific publications|

Relationship between Coeliac Disease and Autoimmune Thyroid Disease: Understanding the Connection

Coeliac Disease and Autoimmune Thyroid Disease are two medical conditions that affect a significant number of people worldwide. Although they may appear as separate diseases, recent studies have revealed a surprising connection between them. In this article, we will delve into the relationship between Coeliac Disease and Autoimmune Thyroid Disease, their underlying mechanisms, and the [...]

2023-05-26T16:23:53+01:0026 de May, 2023|Scientific publications, Uncategorized|

Clinical improvement and recovery of the intestinal mucosa

For many years diarrhea, weight loss and bloating have been considered the classic symptoms of celiac disease. However, it is now known that the mode of manifestation of celiac disease is highly variable. Some patients have no symptoms after ingesting gluten, although intestinal damage always occurs. At the last international conference on celiac disease, ICDS [...]

When does the intestine of a celiac recover after the start of Gluten-free Diet?

The recovery time of the intestinal mucosa after starting the Gluten-Free Diet can be highly variable: In adults who follow the Gluten Free Diet correctly, it can take several years. In children it usually normalizes earlier. Recently, the most important international congress on celiac disease, ICDS 2022, took place. In it, Shannon et al. presented [...]

You are more likely to get migraines if you have celiac disease

Recently, in a study carried out at the Shariati Hospital in Tehran, 1.000 celiac patients over the age of 18 were evaluated against a control group, which included another 1.000 healthy individuals over the age of 18, who had been ruled out Celiac Disease. Some of the most interesting conclusions of the study were: Migraine [...]

  • Interview with Luis Rodrigo Saéz, celiac disease expert

Interview with Luis Rodrigo Saéz, celiac disease expert

"Detection of GIP for monitoring adherence to the Gluten-Free Diet is a good help, but, unfortunately, its practice is still rare." - Luis Rodrigo Saéz  We had the opportunity to talk about celiac disease with Dr. Luis Rodrigo, Digestive Physician specializing in Celiac disease, Emeritus Professor of the University of Oviedo and member of the [...]

Relationship between celiac disease and type 1 diabetes

Diabetes mellitus is a metabolic disorder characterized by elevated blood glucose levels as a result of insufficient insulin levels. In type 1 diabetes there is an absolute insufficiency of insulin and external insulin is required for glycemic control. Young people with type 1 diabetes are more predisposed to celiac disease, according to the results of [...]

2020-12-10T12:29:41+01:0010 de December, 2020|Scientific publications|