Gastric secretion in coeliac disease.


or microscopic in the wall of stomach and bowel. No abnormality of the digestive juices in the small intestine has been recorded. In the stomach, however, there would appear to be some interference with normal function. Marriott' found in cases of coeliac disease that there was a marked deficiency of free hydrochloric acid in the gastric juice and that this… (More)

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