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Celiac News from 2004

  1. Anthropometry, metabolic control, and thyroid autoimmunity in type 1 diabetes with celiac disease: A multicenter survey. (12 December 2004)
  2. Midaortic syndrome and celiac disease: a case of local vasculitis. (12 December 2004)
  3. After years of frustration, celiacs have hope. (12 December 2004)
  4. Food scientists design new formulations for gluten-free bread. (12 December 2004)
  5. Local group offers gluten-free cookies, recipes. (12 December 2004)
  6. Celiac disease can be managed. (12 December 2004)
  7. Gluten Free Foods Direct Online offers gluten free foods for families in the UK. (12 December 2004)
  8. Bone Quantitative Ultrasound and Bone Mineral Density in Children with Celiac Disease. (5 December 2004)
  9. Importance of oral signs in the diagnosis of atypical forms of celiac disease. (5 December 2004)
  10. Celiac disease and the transition from childhood to adulthood: a 28-year follow-up. (5 December 2004)
  11. Celiac disease is more common than previously thought. (28 November 2004)
  12. Celiac disease: Some people with this digestive disorder react to oats. (28 November 2004)
  13. Infertility and celiac disease: do we need more than one serological marker? (21 November 2004)
  14. Celiac disease during pregnancy. (21 November 2004)
  15. Trends in Celiac Disease Reveal Shifting Patterns in Gluten-Intolerance Condition. (7 November 2004)
  16. Special Mass for celiacs. (7 November 2004)
  17. Life without gluten. (7 November 2004)
  18. Research Suggests 1 in 100 Brits at Risk for Coeliac Disease. (7 November 2004)
  19. Coeliac disease 'prevents kissing'. (7 November 2004)
  20. Tissue Transglutaminase Autoantibodies in Patients with IgM Rheumatoid Factors. (31 October 2004)
  21. The Molecular Basis for Oat Intolerance in Patients with Celiac Disease. Also available in PDF format. (24 October 2004)
  22. High prevalence of coeliac disease in siblings of children with type 1 diabetes. (17 October 2004)
  23. Coeliac disease: the great imitator. See also the Letter to the Editor about the article. (10 October 2004)
  24. Psychological support counselling improves gluten-free diet compliance in coeliac patients with affective disorders.. (10 October 2004)
  25. Risk of malignancy in diagnosed coeliac disease: a 24-year prospective, population-based, cohort study. (10 October 2004)
  26. The role of video capsule endoscopy in the diagnosis of digestive diseases: a review of current possibilities. (10 October 2004)
  27. Beta-cell, thyroid and coeliac autoimmunity in children with type 1 diabetes. Free full text in Spanish available in HTML and PDF. (10 October 2004)
  28. Factors relating to compliance with a gluten-free diet in patients with coeliac disease: comparison of white Caucasian and South Asian patients. (10 October 2004)
  29. What happens to patients with positive tissue transglutaminase and endomysium antibody results in general practice? (10 October 2004)
  30. Whole Foods Market Announces Opening of Its First Gluten-Free Bakehouse. (10 October 2004)
  31. Celiac sufferers learn to eat a gluten-free diet. See also the letter to the editor about getting tested for celiac. (3 October 2004)
  32. Effect of gluten-free diet and adherence on growth and diabetic control in diabetics with coeliac disease. (12 September 2004)
  33. Diabetes and celiac disease. (12 September 2004)
  34. Grain pain: coping with celiac disease. (12 September 2004)
  35. Value of routine duodenal biopsy in diagnosing coeliac disease in patients with iron deficiency anaemia. (12 September 2004)
  36. Duluth’s Farrell fights through digestive disease. (5 September 2004)
  37. Is your child suffering from celiac disease? (5 September 2004)
  38. The NIH Consensus Development Conference on Celiac Disease has published it's Final Consensus Statement. (22 August 2004)
  39. Girl with digestive disorder denied Communion. See also No waffling on wafer's content and Invalid Communion in New Jersey: Analysis. (22 August 2004)
  40. Church rule: Communion of ailing girl invalid. (15 August 2004)
  41. No allelic variation in genes with high gliadin homology in patients with celiac disease and type 1 diabetes. (15 August 2004)
  42. Tee-N-Jay Farm Races to Find Cure for Celiac Disease. (8 August 2004)
  43. Celiac Disease Often Mistaken for Other Conditions, Area Woman Finds. (8 August 2004)
  44. Food Allergen Labeling & Consumer Protection Act becomes Law: Millions of Americans Will Be Able to Easily Identify Safe and Unsafe Foods. (8 August 2004)
  45. Malignancy and mortality in people with coeliac disease: population based cohort study. Free full text in PDF format. (1 August 2004)
  46. Celiac disease as a cause of growth retardation in childhood. (1 August 2004)
  47. Risk of vascular disease in adults with diagnosed coeliac disease: a population-based study. (1 August 2004)
  48. Anti-actin IgA antibodies in severe coeliac disease. (1 August 2004)
  49. Celiac disease remains difficult to diagnose. (25 July 2004)
  50. Living Well: Celiac disease needs to be taken seriously. (25 July 2004)
  51. Anti-ganglioside antibodies in children with coeliac disease: correlation with gluten-free diet and neurological complications. (11 July 2004)
  52. Vitamin E levels in patients with coeliac disease. (11 July 2004)
  53. NIH Consensus Panel Finds Celiac Disease Under-Diagnosed. See also NIH Consensus Development Conference on Celiac Disease, Evidence Report/Technology Assessment: Number 104 - Celiac Disease, and DRAFT NIH Consensus Statement. (4 July 2004)
  54. Characteristics and Quality of Illness Behavior in Celiac Disease. (4 July 2004)
  55. Mental Disorders in Adolescents With Celiac Disease. (4 July 2004)
  56. CDHNF's Celiac Disease website offers information about celiac and links to other resources. (4 July 2004)
  57. Celiac disease may affect millions in U.S. (4 July 2004)
  58. Wheatless in Seattle is a gluten-free restaurant. (4 July 2004)
  59. In Vitro–Deranged Intestinal Immune Response to Gliadin in Type 1 Diabetes. (27 June 2004)
  60. Could increased maternal and foetal complications of pregnancy reflect hitherto undiagnosed coeliac disease? (27 June 2004)
  61. The safe threshold for gluten contamination in gluten-free products. Can trace amounts be accepted in the treatment of coeliac disease? (20 June 2004)
  62. A comparative study on the prevalence of enamel defects and dental caries in children and adolescents with and without coeliac disease. (20 June 2004)
  63. Serological testing for coeliac disease in patients with symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome: a cost-effectiveness analysis. (20 June 2004)
  64. A disease that is much more than a pain in the guts. (20 June 2004)
  65. Celiac support group helps get the word out. (20 June 2004)
  66. Mass screening for coeliac disease using antihuman transglutaminase antibody assay. (20 June 2004)
  67. HLA-DQ relative risks for coeliac disease in European populations: a study of the European Genetics Cluster on Coeliac Disease. (20 June 2004)
  68. Coeliac disease is the most common cause of chronic diarrhoea in Iran. (20 June 2004)
  69. A Comparison of Human Tissue Transglutaminase Antibodies With Antigliadin and Antiendomysium Antibodies. (13 June 2004)
  70. Mass screening for coeliac disease using antihuman transglutaminase antibody assay. (6 June 2004)
  71. Younger Age at Onset and Sex Predict Celiac Disease in Children and Adolescents With Type 1 Diabetes. (30 May 2004)
  72. Celiac: Is Wheat Making You Sick? (30 May 2004)
  73. Mother of sons with celiac leads support group in Ames. (30 May 2004)
  74. Celiac Disease Affects Local Family. (30 May 2004)
  75. Diabetes-associated autoimmune disease in children and juveniles: how important is early recognition? (16 May 2004)
  76. A Role for Bacteria in Celiac Disease? (9 May 2004)
  77. Tissue transglutaminase autoantibody detection in human saliva: A powerful method for celiac disease screening. (9 May 2004)
  78. Is immunoglobulin A anti-tissue transglutaminase antibody a reliable serological marker of coeliac disease? (9 May 2004)
  79. Anti-tissue transglutaminase antibodies in coeliac disease are not a response to gut damage alone. (9 May 2004)
  80. Clinical features of children with screening-identified evidence of celiac disease. (9 May 2004)
  81. The risk of celiac disease in 107 families with at least two affected siblings. (9 May 2004)
  82. Wireless capsule video endoscopy: Three years of experience. Free full text. (9 May 2004)
  83. The Temporal Relationship Between the Onset of Type 1 Diabetes and Celiac Disease: A Study Based on Immunoglobulin A Antitransglutaminase Screening. Free full text available in HTML and PDF format. (2 May 2004)
  84. Effect of a gluten-free diet on gastrointestinal symptoms in celiac disease. (2 May 2004)
  85. Coeliac diet under scrutiny. (2 May 2004)
  86. Oats to children with newly diagnosed coeliac disease: a randomised double blind study. See also Oats tolerated by children with coeliac disease. (2 May 2004)
  87. Coeliac disease and schizophrenia: population based case control study with linkage of Danish national registers. See also the dissenting Rapid Responses and the subsequent Author's Reply. (25 April 2004)
  88. Structural basis for HLA-DQ2-mediated presentation of gluten epitopes in celiac disease. (4 April 2004)
  89. Prevalence of coeliac disease and longitudinal follow-up of antigliadin antibody status in children and adolescents with type 1 diabetes mellitus. (21 March 2004)
  90. The NIH will hold a Consensus Development Conference on Celiac Disease June 28–30, 2004, in Bethesda on the NIH campus. (7 March 2004)
  91. Wheat-Free Chef Offers Tips for Living Without America's Favorite Grain. (22 February 2004)
  92. New low-gluten host safe for celiac disease sufferers. (15 February 2004)
  93. Celiac Disease Present in About 3% of Patients With Iron-Deficiency Anemia. (15 February 2004)
  94. Strongly positive tissue transglutaminase antibody assays without celiac disease. (8 February 2004)
  95. Body composition in coeliac disease adolescents on a gluten-free diet: a longitudinal study. (1 February 2004)
  96. Affective disorders and quality of life in adult coeliac disease patients on a gluten-free diet. (1 February 2004)
  97. Avidity progression of dietary antibodies in healthy and coeliac children. (1 February 2004)
  98. Symptoms and Signs Have Changed in Swedish Children With Coeliac Disease. (1 February 2004)
  99. Gluten-Free Diet Has a Beneficial Effect on Chromosome Instability in Lymphocytes of Children With Coeliac Disease. (1 February 2004)
  100. Undiagnosed coeliac disease does not appear to be associated with unfavourable outcome of pregnancy. (1 February 2004)
  101. Oats induced villous atrophy in coeliac disease. (1 February 2004)
  102. Onset of coeliac disease: a prospective longitudinal study. (1 February 2004)
  103. Dietary treatment of coeliac disease and dermatitis herpetiformis. (1 February 2004)
  104. The pathogenesis of coeliac disease. (1 February 2004)
  105. Disease mechanisms in coeliac disease. (1 February 2004)
  106. Coeliac disease--new clinical findings and diagnostic tools. (1 February 2004)
  107. Gliadin and tissue transglutaminase complexes in normal and coeliac duodenal mucosa. (1 February 2004)
  108. Celiac disease in adults: new aspects. (25 January 2004)
  109. Patchy villous atrophy of the duodenum in childhood celiac disease. (25 January 2004)
  110. Iron supplementation in children with celiac disease. (25 January 2004)
  111. Tropical Sprue. (25 January 2004)
  112. Screening for celiac disease in children with type 1 diabetes: two views of the controversy. (11 January 2004)
  113. Celiac disease-associated transglutaminase autoantibody target domains at diagnosis are age and sex dependent. (4 January 2004)
  114. The iceberg cometh: Establishing the prevalence of celiac disease in the United States and Finland. (4 January 2004)

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