Many celiac patients asymptomatic when diagnosed

02/11/2008 | Medscape (free registration)

Many celiac disease patients are asymptomatic and school-age at diagnosis and have been referred for screening because they are at high-risk for the condition, a new report says. The researchers recommend that "primary care physicians implement screening programs in all high-risk populations."

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