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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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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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Authors: Márk Juhász, Dorottya Kocsis, Tamás Zágoni, Pál Miheller, László Herszényi, and Zsolt Tulassay

102 372 375 Bardella, M. T., Fredella, C., Saladino, V., et al.: Gluten intolerance: gender- and age-related differences in symptoms

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), 827–831. 9 Kumar, P. J., O’Donoghue, D. P., Gibson, J., et al.: The existence of inflammatory bowel lesions in gluten-sensitive enteropathy. Postgrad. Med. J

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