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Association of polymorphisms of immune response modifier genes with celiac disease and its clinical forms in the Tomsk populatio
      
Neurological abnormalities associated with celiac disease
      
Location of lung and celiac artery base in prone positioned patients undergoing celiac plexus or splanchnic nerve blocks
      
Celiac plexus and splanchnic nerve blocks have been applied effectively to relieve pain in abdominal cancer or pancreatitis patients.
      
In the present study, we examined the radiographical anatomy around the celiac plexus in 37 prone positioned patients undergoing the blocks.
      
CT scan images were obtained prior to the blocks in the prone position, and the positional relationship of the aorta, pleural space and vertebral body was examined at the level of the celiac artery base.
      
In the 78% of patients, the celiac artery base was located at the level of the first lumbar vertebral body.
      
In the 80% of patients, the left margin of aorta was located along or beyond the left tangential line of the vertebral body at the level of the celiac artery base.
      
In conclusion, the position of organs surrounding celiac plexus in the prone position was different from that in the supine position.
      
The characteristics of celiac trunk lymph-node metastases of esophageal cancer in the thoracic segment and clinical significance
      
OBJECTIVE To understand the characteristics of celiac trunk lymph-node metastases of thoracic esophageal carcinoma and their influence on prognosis of the patients, and to investigate a reasonable range for regional celiac trunk lymph-node clearance.
      
Peripheral neuropathy (PN) is one of the most frequently reported neurologic manifestations associated with celiac disease (CD), a multigenetic, T-cell-mediated autoimmune disorder that results from a loss of tolerance to gluten.
      
Genetic epidemiology clearly has shown that there is a genetic predisposition to gluten-sensitive enteropathy (GSE), or celiac disease.
      
Permeability is also increased in celiac disease and by trauma, burns, and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs.
      
Recent innovations such as serum assays for antibodies associated with celiac sprue are improving the work-up of patients with suspected malabsorption.
      
Other GI forms of food allergy include food protein-induced enterocolitis or gastroenteropathy, celiac disease, and some cases of eosinophilic gastroenteritis.
      
Do you still need a biopsy to diagnose celiac disease
      
Celiac disease is a common and permanent condition caused by an abnormal immune response to ingested gluten in genetically susceptible individuals.
      
Its proper diagnosis is very important even in patients presenting with mild symptoms because severe and debilitating complications may occur in celiac patients not following a strict gluten-free diet.
      
Currently, however, the poor positive predictive value of this test does not allow practitioners to diagnose celiac disease without the duodenal biopsy showing the typical morphologic changes.
      
 

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