Association of Intussusception and Celiac Disease in Adults

  title={Association of Intussusception and Celiac Disease in Adults},
  author={Tamas Adam Gonda and Sharif-Uz-Zaman Khan and Jian Cheng and Suzanne K. Lewis and Moshe Rubin and P. R. Green},
  journal={Digestive Diseases and Sciences},
Intussusception (IS) is rare in adults. However, the more frequent use of cross-sectional imaging has resulted in an increase in its detection. Because of the reported association with celiac disease, we determined the prevalence of IS among a cohort with celiac disease. An anonymized prospectively maintained celiac disease database and radiological database were reviewed. Of a total of 880 patients, 14 (age 47 ± 17.5 years; 50% female) had IS that was detected by CT in 10, capsule endoscopy in… CONTINUE READING

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