Prevalence and factors associated with gluten sensitivity in inflammatory bowel disease

@article{Limketkai2018PrevalenceAF,
  title={Prevalence and factors associated with gluten sensitivity in inflammatory bowel disease},
  author={Berkeley N. Limketkai and Rachel Sepulveda and Tressia C. Hing and Neha D. Shah and Monica Y Choe and David Limsui and Shamita B. Shah},
  journal={Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology},
  year={2018},
  volume={53},
  pages={147 - 151}
}
Abstract Objectives: Gluten sensitivity (GS) arises with celiac disease and has also been found in non-celiac disorders, although its characteristics in inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) are unclear. This study evaluated the prevalence of GS and factors associated with GS in IBD. Methods: Adult IBD patients at a tertiary-care medical center completed a survey of their demographics, medical history, family history, social history and symptoms. Data on IBD characteristics were abstracted from the… Expand
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