Study: Latency possible in CD patients with regular diets

10/15/2007 | Medscape (free registration)

Patients with celiac disease could develop latency despite having normal diets, according to a study, and researchers say latent patients require regular follow-ups. Researchers say patients who were diagnosed with celiac disease during childhood have active celiac disease during adulthood, even if they do not report any symptoms.

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