Bone and Celiac Disease

@article{Zanchetta2016BoneAC,
  title={Bone and Celiac Disease},
  author={M B Zanchetta and Vanesa Longobardi and Julio C{\'e}sar Bai},
  journal={Current Osteoporosis Reports},
  year={2016},
  volume={14},
  pages={43-48}
}
More than 50 % of untreated patients with celiac disease (CD) have bone loss detected by bone densitometry (dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry:DXA). Moreover, patients with CD are more likely to have osteoporosis and fragility fractures, especially of the distal radius. Although still controversial, we recommend DXA screening in all celiac disease patients, particularly in those with symptomatic CD at diagnosis and in those who present risk factors for fracture such as older age, menopausal… CONTINUE READING
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