Sideropenic Anemia and Celiac Disease (One Study, Two Points of View)

@article{Carroccio1998SideropenicAA,
  title={Sideropenic Anemia and Celiac Disease (One Study, Two Points of View)},
  author={Antonio Carroccio and Emilio Iannitto and Francesca Cavataio and Giuseppe Montalto and M C Tumminello and Piero Campagna and Maria Grazia Lipari and Alberto Notarbartolo and Giuseppe Iacono},
  journal={Digestive Diseases and Sciences},
  year={1998},
  volume={43},
  pages={673-678}
}
Recent studies have pointed to the relationshipbetween iron deficiency anemia and celiac disease,although data on the prevalence of celiac disease inanemic patients have been conflicting, and there is no agreement on the best screening procedurefor CD in these patients. Our aims were to evaluate therelationship between anemia and celiac disease (CD) fromtwo different points of view — the hematology clinic and the pediatric gastroenterologydepartment — and to evaluate the utility ofanti… CONTINUE READING

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