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Celiac Disease

Author : S. Devi Rampertab
ISBN : 9781461485605
Genre : Medical
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Celiac Disease is an authoritative text intended to educate healthcare practitioners, gastroenterologists, physicians and nutritionists about the diverse manifestations, complications and management of gluten-sensitive enteropathy. The seventeen-chapter text provides the latest research on pathophysiology, including animal models, immunopathogenesis, genetics and the intestinal microflora. The book also features chapters on diagnosis, monitoring, complications and nutritional management, including therapies on the horizon. The text concludes with appendices that provide educational tools for symptom monitoring and dietary guidance. Written by specialists in their respective fields, Celiac Disease is a comprehensive resource that provides the healthcare practitioner an evidence-based practical guide to pathogenesis and therapy of celiac disease.
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Celiac Disease An Issue Of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy Clinics E Book

Author : Benjamin Lebwohl
ISBN : 9781455747351
Genre : Medical
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The Guest Editors are providing comprehensive coverage of the clinical diagnosis, treatment, and management of Celiac Disease. Their authors are top experts in the field, and they have submitted state-of-the-art reviews. Topics inlclude: Clinical presentation of Celiac Disease in Adults and Children; The Irritable Bowel Syndrome--Celiac Disease Connection; Pathophysiology of Celiac Disease; Diagnosis of Celiac Disease; Histopathology in Celiac Disease; Management of Celiac Disease; Malignancy and Mortality in Celiac Disease; Gluten Sensitivity; Video Capsule Endoscopy in Celiac Disease; Refractory Celiac Disease; Celiac Disease in the Developing World; and Dietary Assessment in Celiac Disease.
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Celiac Disease

Author : Sylvia Llewelyn Bower, RN
ISBN : 9781934559512
Genre : Health & Fitness
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What do osteoporosis, anemia, diabetes and depression have in common? They can all be caused by celiac disease. Celiac disease, also know as gluten intolerance, is a major problem for millions of Americans. The Celiac Disease Foundation estimates that 2 million adults, children, and infants, or 1 in 133 people in the United States, have celiac disease. Celiac disease is hereditary and can affect entire families. This digestive disorder is caused by a sensitivity to the protein gluten in wheat flour, which in turn can damage the small intestine and interferes with the absorption of nutrients from food. Symptoms range from diarrhea, weight loss, and abdominal pain to fatigue, depression, and malnutrition. Celiac Disease: A Guide to Living with Gluten Intolerance is the first book on this important topic co-written by a nurse, a dietician, and a clinical pharmacist. The authors' diverse backgrounds ensure complete and clear information on all aspects of this disease, including symptoms, diagnosis, management, complications, and current research. While many cookbooks and dietary manuals on gluten intolerance exist, Celiac Disease is the only book to educate individuals on how to live fully and richly while maintaining a gluten-free lifestyle. Not only will readers learn how to set up and maintain a gluten-free kitchen, but they will also find strategies for tackling emotional issues, nutrition and dietary guidelines, handling dining outside the home, and parental advice on raising a celiac child. In addition, a chapter on medications and a list of educational resources will aid readers in their transition to a gluten-free lifestyle. Celiac Disease: A Guide to Living with Gluten Intolerance is an indispensable guide for patients, dieticians, nutritionists and medical professionals working with celiac patients.
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Celiac Disease

Author : Sylvia Llewelyn Bower, RN
ISBN : 9781617052064
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Fully Revised and Updated An indispensable guide on how to safely alter your diet, manage your symptoms, and adjust to living gluten-free Celiac disease is an autoimmune disorder characterized by an inability to digest gluten, a protein found in wheat and other grains that affects as many as 1 in 133 Americans. Written by a nurse, dietician, and clinical pharmacist, Celiac Disease, Second Edition provides everything you need to know to live a healthy wheat-free and gluten-free lifestyle including how to: recognize and treat the most common symptoms eat gluten-free and avoid hidden glutens, especially in common medications prepare your kitchen and prevent cross-contamination cook and bake gluten-free including delicious, easy-to-prepare recipes for breads, breakfasts, main courses, and desserts dine out, travel, and entertain safely tackle the emotional issues of having celiac disease raise a child with celiac disease and much more. Containing the most up-to-date research and packed with tips, resources, and a one-week meal plan to make going gluten-free easy, Celiac Disease gives you everything you need to live fully and richly while maintaining a gluten-free lifestyle.
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Coeliac Disease

Author : N. Cerf-Bensussan
ISBN : 2742004920
Genre : Celiac disease
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Proceeding of the 10th International Symposium. Coeliac disease is again in front of the stage. After the advent of intestinal biopsy in clinical practice in the early sixties and during the following years, coeliac disease gained its status of a disease exemplary of the immune reaction of the gut mucosa to food antigens. During the following 10-15 years coeliac disease vanished behind progresses in mucosal immunology, and in the molecular biology of HLA molecules. The last years have seen the transformation of coeliac disease, from a rare and serious malabsorption syndrome into a polymorphic condition, the "coeliac iceberg" the immersed part of which now raises important public health issues. Regular International Symposium witness the development of our knowledge concerning coeliac disease. The last International Symposium on coeliac disease took place in Paris, at the Pasteur Institute in June 2-5, 2002. Its aim was to equally underline the major progresses made during the recent years in epidemiology, the genetics, the pathophysiology of the intestinal lesions and in the serological methods of diagnosis, the new clinical aspects of the disease and the more accurate evaluation of the risk of cancer, lesser than previously estimated. We hope that these proceeding will fulfil the expectations of all those, scientists as well as clinicians, paediatricians or adult gastroenterologists, who wish to update their knowledge on coeliac disease, this old but still stimulating lady of gastroenterology.
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Celiac Disease

Author : Terry L. Smith
ISBN : 140420962X
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Describes what the symptoms of celiac disease are, explains what the disease is, and discusses ways that people with the disease must alter their lifestyles.
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Celiac Disease

Author : Jacqueline Langwith
ISBN : 9780737766141
Genre : Young Adult Nonfiction
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Celiac Disease is an immune reaction to eating gluten, a protein found in wheat, barley, and rye. This guidebook provides essential information on Celiac Disease, but also serves as a historical survey, by providing information on the controversies surrounding its causes, and first-person narratives by people coping with Celiac Disease. Readers will learn from the words of patients, family members, or caregivers. The symptoms, causes, treatments, and potential cures are explained in detail. Alternative treatments are also covered. Student researchers and readers will find this book easily accessible through its careful and conscientious editing and a thorough introduction to each essay.
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Celiac Disease For Dummies

Author : Ian Blumer
ISBN : 0470676280
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Celiac Disease For Dummies is the ultimate reference for people with the disease and their family members. The book helps readers identify symptoms of the disease, and explains how doctors definitively diagnose celiac disease. It outlines how celiac disease affects the body, and what its consequences could be if untreated. The authors explain how celiac disease is treated, not only through the elimination of gluten from the diet, but with additional nutritional measures and alternative and complementary therapies. Written by two practicing physicians, the book also offers practical, helpful guidance for parents of children with celiac disease, whose treatment may be a particular challenge.
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Celiac Disease

Author : Matthew A. Edwards
ISBN : UCSD:31822037484615
Genre : Medical
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"Celiac disease (CD) is defined as a permanent sensitivity to the gluten in wheat and related proteins found in barley and rye. It affects 0.5-1% of the general population worldwide. Currently the only available treatment is lifelong adherence to the gluten-free diet (GFD). This book discusses the lifestyle and financial implications that GFD has on patients as well as the nutritional diets that must be followed in both children and adults. The clinical presentations of CD are categorized into three maingroups: Malabsorption, autoimmunity and gut dysmotility. These three main groups are discussed as well as recently published work on celiac disease and the pregnancy outcome of patients with CD. Finally, techniques such as MR-enterography that are used to identify CD are addressed in this book as well."--Publisher's description.
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Celiac Disease

Author : Luis Rodrigo
ISBN : 9781789850499
Genre : Medical
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Celiac disease (CD) occurs in about 1% of people worldwide. Diagnosis rates are increasing due to a true rise in incidence, rather than increased awareness and detection. CD affects genetically susceptible individuals who are triggered by the ingestion of gluten. The disease has many clinical manifestations, ranging from severe to minimally symptomatic or non-symptomatic presentations. Diagnosis requires the presence of duodenal chronic inflammation, and most patients have circulating antibodies against tissue transglutaminase. Our understanding of the basic and clinical aspects of CD increases, which is as a major health problem of almost global occurrence. Case finding, distinguishing CD from other gluten-sensitive conditions, better care, and balanced use of resources are the current challenges.
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Jump Start Your Gluten Free Diet Living With Celiac Coeliac Disease Gluten Intolerance

Author : Stefano Guandalini MD
ISBN : 9780983057710
Genre : Health & Fitness
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The University of Chicago Celiac Disease Center is dedicated to raising awareness, increasing diagnosis rates and meeting the needs of people affected by celiac disease nationwide through education, research and advocacy. Celiac disease, spelled Coeliac outside of North America, is an autoimmune disorder, which means the body "attacks itself," rather than attacking a foreign substance as in an allergy. The medical treatment for celiac disease consists of strict adherence to a gluten-free diet.With this guide you will understand the differences between celiac disease, intolerances and allergies. You will learn about the 300-plus signs and symptoms associated with celiac disease, genetic and antibody blood testing, diagnosis and required follow-up testing.In this guide you will learn what gluten is, where gluten is found and how to avoid gluten. You will also become knowledgeable on how to make healthy food choices while grocery shopping and preparing foods inside your home to manage your gluten free diet. You will be able to identify gluten free grains, meal options and snacks for safe eating anytime. You will also be able cook gluten free for your family and friends with easy to follow recipes excerpted from the book - Simple, Delicious Solutions for Gluten-Free & Dairy Free Cooking by Sueson Vess from Special Eats.You will become aware of how to eat gluten free outside your home at social gatherings and school. You will also empower yourself to safely eat in restaurants and while traveling with checklists and recommendations excerpted from the books, ebooks & apps - Let's Eat Out with Celiac / Coeliac and Food Allergies! by Kim Koeller from GlutenFree Passport. You will also discover the pioneering research initiatives, programs and services offered by the University of Chicago Celiac Disease Center.
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Frontiers In Celiac Disease

Author : Alessio Fasano
ISBN : 9783805585262
Genre : Medical
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Few other fields in human biology have experienced such a tremendous progress as celiac disease has during the past few years. The contributors to 'Frontiers in Celiac Disease' are world-renowned opinion leaders who made these advances possible. Their expertise has been assembled here to provide a comprehensive overview of the current knowledge of the epidemiology, pathogenesis, clinical presentations, diagnosis and treatment of celiac disease. In addition, the stage is set for innovative strategies for preventive interventions and treatment alternatives to a gluten-free diet. A valuable reference for basic and translational scientists, this book also serves as a practical resource to healthcare professionals, including general practitioners, subspecialists, dieticians, nutritionists, and nurses and nurse practitioners. Students from different disciplines will find this book a helpful guide to expand and deepen their knowledge of celiac disease.
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Celiac Disease Updated 4th Edition

Author : Peter H.R. Green, M.D.
ISBN : 9780063040984
Genre : Health & Fitness
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From Dr. Peter H. R. Green, internationally renowned expert on celiac disease and director of the Celiac Disease Center at Columbia University, and medical author Rory Jones, an updated fourth edition of the definitive book on celiac disease, one of the most underdiagnosed autoimmune diseases in the U.S. Celiac Disease: A Hidden Epidemic is an indispensable guidebook for anyone with celiac disease as well as for those with gluten intolerance or food sensitivities on a gluten-free diet. Since the last edition in 2016, scientific advances have changed what we know about the disease, how it is diagnosed and treated, and the long-term effect of a gluten-free diet on the brain and body. Celiac disease is a hereditary autoimmune condition that damages the lining of the small intestine so that it cannot properly absorb food. Without essential nutrients, the entire body begins to suffer. The disease is triggered by gluten, a protein found in wheat, rye, and barley. The only “cure” for the disease is a life-long gluten-free diet. The disease affects nearly 1 in every 100 people in the United States—50 percent of whom remain undiagnosed and untreated. Although the primary target of injury is the small intestine, CD can and often does affect the entire body. Complications from the disease can include infertility, liver disease, osteoporosis, anemia, and other autoimmune diseases (such as Type 1 diabetes and Thyroid disease), neurological conditions, and even cancer. This updated fourth edition includes the latest information on CD, gluten intolerance, and gluten sensitivity. The important updates cover everything from new testing devices to advances in therapies that may help prevent gluten from entering and/or harming the intestines, to new research on the long-term effect of the gluten-free diet on our minds and bodies. And more!
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Celiac Disease

Author : Patricia Garner
ISBN : 1536103349
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Celiac disease (CD) was once viewed as a rare disorder, but it is now known to directly affect the lives of millions worldwide. Over the years, many adults with CD have been found to persist in having poor mental and physical health with poor quality-of-life, despite their adherence to a gluten-free diet. The reasons for the failure of a gluten-free diet to restore good general health are unsettled. Both genetic predisposition and environmental factors contribute to the pathogenesis of CD, which results in a small bowel inflammatory reaction that leads to tissue destruction. CD is characterised by a dysregulated immune response to gluten proteins. This book discusses risk factors, health implications and dietary management of celiac disease.
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Celiac Disease

Author : Peter H.R. Green, M.D.
ISBN : 9780061872853
Genre : Health & Fitness
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The definitive book on celiac disease, one of the most common and underdiagnosed autoimmune diseases in America. Do you suffer from gastrointestinal complaints, fatigue, headaches, joint pain, anemia, and/or itchy skin conditions? Have you consulted numerous doctors, and been prescribed drugs and diets that have only temporarily alleviated some symptoms? If so, you may have celiac disease, a hereditary autoimmune condition that affects nearly one in every hundred people—97 percent of whom remain undiagnosed and untreated. The real answer to your medical problems may lie in this book. Dr. Peter H.R. Green, director of the Celiac Disease Center at Columbia University and internationally renowned expert on the disease, together with Rory Jones, an accomplished science writer who was diagnosed with the disease in 1998 and has been researching it ever since, have written this authoritative guide on how celiac disease is properly diagnosed, treated, and managed. The disease is triggered by gluten, a protein found in wheat, rye, and barley, which damages the lining of the small intestine so that it cannot properly absorb food. Without essential nutrients, the entire body begins to suffer. Complications from celiac disease can include infertility, depression, liver disease, other autoimmune diseases (such as type 1 diabetes and thyroid disease), and even cancer. This is a disease that you do not outgrow. At present, the only way to treat it is to follow a lifelong gluten-free diet. This revised and updated edition contains the most current information on celiac disease, gluten intolerance, and gluten sensitivity. It examines the disease’s many manifestations and includes an entire section devoted to coping with the psychological aspects of living with a chronic illness and following a gluten-free diet. It also includes a guide to ingredients and safe grains, a selection of gluten-free manufacturers, and a list of national and international support groups.
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Celiac Disease And Gluten

Author : Peter Koehler
ISBN : 9780127999265
Genre : Medical
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Celiac Disease and Gluten: Multidisciplinary Challenges and Opportunities is a unique reference work—the first to integrate the insights of the causes and effects of celiac disease from the chemistry of reaction-causing foods to the diagnosis, pathogenesis, and symptoms that lead to proper diagnoses and treatment. With an estimated three million people in the United States alone affected by celiac disease, an autoimmune digestive disease, only five percent are properly diagnosed. Drawing on the connection between foods containing gluten and the resulting symptoms, this resource offers distinctive information that directly explores and links food science, medical diagnostics, and treatment information. A helpful tool for researchers and medical practitioners alike, Celiac Disease and Gluten: Multidisciplinary Challenges and Opportunities helps refine research targets, and provides a comprehensive overview on the multidisciplinary approaches to all crucial aspects related to celiac disease. Presents key information from medical and food science research, as well as provides clinical insights Provides direct corollary insights between source and symptom Written by experts whose detailed experiments and results have shaped our understanding of celiac disease
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Celiac Disease An Issue Of Gastroenterology Clinics Of North America Ebook

Author : Peter H. R. Green
ISBN : 9780323655248
Genre : Medical
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Dr. Alan Buchman, Consulting Editor, selected world renown experts on celiac disease, Dr. Green and Dr. Lebwohl, to update the topic for gastroenterology readers. They have secured expert authors from top institutions to contribute articles with high clinical utility on the diagnosis, treatment, and management of celiac disease. These clinical reviews are devoted to the following topics: Clinical features and diagnosis of celiac disease; The gluten-free diet; Histopathology of celiac disease; Epidemiology and risk factors for celiac disease; Enteroscopy and capsule endoscopy in celiac disease; Measuring symptoms and other outcomes in celiac disease; Celiac disease in Asia; The microbiome and celiac disease; Follow-up of celiac disease; Refractory celiac disease; Non-dietary therapies for celiac disease; and Non-Celiac gluten or wheat sensitivity. Readers will come away with the most current clinical information they need to inform clinical decisions to improve patient outcomes.
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