Celiac disease is a chronic and multiorgan autoimmune disease that affects the small bowel in genetically predisposed persons due to the ingestion of gluten1. It can present a wide range of symptoms such as anemia, vague abdominal symptoms, esophagitis, neuropathy, ataxia, depression, short stature, osteomalacia, and multiple others.1 For the majority of patients, their celiac disease remains undiagnosed.1
We would like to share this recent review on the use of tissue transglutaminase antibody titers and use in the diagnosis of celiac disease.
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Abacus dx invites you to read the results from the international ProCeDE study, proving the validity of the ESPGHAN Guidelines for the diagnosis of coeliac disease without biopsy.