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-induced disorders: gluten S6 sapone, aensitivity and the autoimmune enteropathy celiac disease. Int. Arch. Allergy Immunol., 2009, 1 , 75–80. Mazzarella G. Differential mucosal IL-17

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://www.nak.hu/agazati-hirek/elelmiszeripar/150-gabona-edessegipar/94457-erintettseg-nelkul-is-nepszeruek-a-mentes-elelmiszerek [accessed: January 9, 2019]. [Hungarian] 13 MDOSZ. About celiac disease and gluten-free diet. [A cöliákiáról és

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Gibson PR, Skodje GI, Lundin KE. Non-coeliac gluten sensitivity. J Gastroenterol Hepatol. 2017; 32(Suppl 1): 86–89. 5 Carroccio A, D’Alcamo A, Cavataio F, et al. High proportions of

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A sokarcú gluténérzékenység: gluténindukált autoimmunitás a bőrgyógyász szemével

The many-faced gluten sensitivity: Gluten-induced autoimmunity from dermatological point of view

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Authors: Tamás Malkovics, Kamilla Koszorú, Sarolta Kárpáti, András Arató, Anna Görög, and Miklós Sárdy

diagnosis. Dig Liver Dis. 2016; 48: 632–637. 4 Hadjivassiliou M, Sanders DS, Grünewald RA, et al. Gluten sensitivity: from gut to brain. Lancet Neurol

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A szégyen mediációs szerepe a stigma és az életminőség kapcsolatában coeliakiában szenvedő betegek körében.

A 8 tételes Stigmatizáció Krónikus Betegségekben Kérdőív magyar adaptálása

Shame mediates the relationship between stigma and quality of life among patients with coeliac disease.

The Hungarian adaptation of the Stigma Scale for Chronic Illness-8
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Authors: Henrietta Szőcs, Zsolt Horváth, and Gabriella Vizin

, et al. The Oslo definitions for coeliac disease and related terms. Gut 2013; 62: 43–52. 21 Cabanillas B. Gluten-related disorders: celiac disease, wheat

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A szöveti antitranszglutamináz átmeneti emelkedése coeliakiával nem társult I-es típusú cukorbeteg gyermekekben

Transitional elevation of anti-tissue transglutaminase antibodies in children with type 1 diabetes mellitus without coeliac disease

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Authors: Eszter Muzslay, Eszter Hámory, Vivien Herczeg, Péter Tóth-Heyn, Anna Körner, László Madácsy, and Andrea Luczay

Saadah OI, Zacharin M, O’Callaghan A, et al. Effect of gluten-free diet and adherence on growth and diabetic control in diabetics with coeliac disease. Arch Dis Child. 2004; 89: 871

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with celiac disease on gluten-free diet using an endoscopic approach that avoids the need for biopsy: a double-center study. Endoscopy, 2007, 39 , 46–51. Cesaro P. A highly

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2004 The gastrooesophageal reflux disease and obstructive sleep apnoe Orv. Hetil. 145 1897 – 1901 . [35]. E. D. Giudice 2007 Subclinical neurological involvement in treated celiac disease: a dark side of gluten-related encephalopathies

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Celiac disease (CD) is a malabsorptive condition of the small intestine that presents clinically with episodic or nocturnal diarrhea, flatulence and weight loss [1]. It has been increasingly recognized that CD does not always present in the traditional fashion but instead may present with elevated hepatic transaminase level [2] or with iron deficiency anemia, growth retardation, osteoporosis, infertility and menstrual disturbances [3]. CD results from an inappropriate T-cell mediated response against ingested gluten. CD frequently is associated with autoimmune diseases including diabetes mellitus, autoimmune thyroid diseases, Sjögren’s syndrome, autoimmune hepatitis, autoimmune atrophic gastritis and Addison’s disease [4]. The association of CD and hepatitis C is not established presently. We present three cases of CD with hepatitis C as case series.

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Giudice, E. D.: Subclinical neurological involvement in treated celiac disease: a dark side of gluten-related encephalopathies. J. Pediatr. Gastroenterol. Nutr., 2007, 45 , 290–292. Giudice E. D

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