Fatigue in adult coeliac disease

@article{Siniscalchi2005FatigueIA,
  title={Fatigue in adult coeliac disease},
  author={Monica Siniscalchi and Paola Iovino and Raffaella Tortora and Saverio Forestiero and A. Somma and L. Capuano and Maria Domenica Franzese and Francesco Sabbatini and Carolina Ciacci},
  journal={Alimentary Pharmacology \& Therapeutics},
  year={2005},
  volume={22}
}
Background : Fatigue is reported by many adults at the moment of diagnosis of coeliac disease and during follow‐up. 
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