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A locus at 7p14.3 predisposes to refractory celiac disease progression from celiac disease.Academic Article Why?
When Is Celiac Disease Celiac Disease?Academic Article Why?
Correlation between antibodies and histology in celiac disease: incidence of celiac disease is higher than expected in the pediatric population.Academic Article Why?
Celiac Disease and Gluten-Related Disorders.Academic Article Why?
Celiac disease and other precursors to small-bowel malignancy.Academic Article Why?
Celiac Disease Treatment: Is It the Chicken or the Egg Yolk?Academic Article Why?
Celiac disease.Academic Article Why?
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Celiac disease: a review.Academic Article Why?
Do you still need a biopsy to diagnose celiac disease?Academic Article Why?
IL-15: a central regulator of celiac disease immunopathology.Academic Article Why?
Nutritional Nightmare: Hypoparathyroidism Secondary to Celiac Disease.Academic Article Why?
Pathophysiology of celiac disease.Academic Article Why?
Transglutaminase 2 Inhibition for Prevention of Mucosal Damage in Celiac Disease.Academic Article Why?
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