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A lisztérzékenység — emelkedő gyakorisága és a lehetséges szövődmények miatt — az egészségügy kiemelt kérdései közé tartozik. Felismerése, kezelése biopszichoszociális attitűdöt kíván. A jelen tanulmány keretében azokat a területeket tekintjük át, amelyek pszichológiai kérdéseket is felvetnek: a betegséggel együtt járó komorbid pszichiátriai zavarokat (depresszió, szorongás, evészavarok, súlyos pszichiátriai állapotok), a neurológiai eltéréseket és ezek lehetséges háttérmechanizmusait, az életminőséget befolyásoló tényezőket és a diétához való adherencia nehézségeit. Kitérünk a betegség menedzselésének fő szempontjaira, az állapot személyiségfejlődésre és családi életre kifejtett lehetséges hatásaira, illetve a lisztérzékenység témakörében felmerült tovább kutatandó kérdésekre (mint például szűrés, prevenció).

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