Anemia in celiac disease is multifactorial in etiology.

  title={Anemia in celiac disease is multifactorial in etiology.},
  author={Jason W Harper and Stephen F Holleran and Rajasehkar Ramakrishnan and Govind Bhagat and Peter H. R. Green},
  journal={American journal of hematology},
  volume={82 11},
Anemia in celiac disease (CD) has been attributed to nutritional deficiencies; however, the clinical manifestations of CD have changed with nongastrointestinal presentations predominating. We collected hematologic parameters from a cohort of patients seen at a tertiary care center for CD to assess the characteristics of anemia in this population. Hematological parameters measured <or=3 months of diagnosis and degree of villous atrophy from 405 patients diagnosed >1995 was analyzed. Ferritin… CONTINUE READING

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