The changing clinical profile of celiac disease: a 15-year experience (1998-2012) in an Italian referral center

@inproceedings{Volta2014TheCC,
  title={The changing clinical profile of celiac disease: a 15-year experience (1998-2012) in an Italian referral center},
  author={Umberto Volta and Giacomo Caio and Vincenzo Stanghellini and Roberto De Giorgio},
  booktitle={BMC gastroenterology},
  year={2014}
}
BACKGROUND Celiac disease is a multiform, challenging condition characterized by extremely variable features. Our goal was to define clinical, serological and histopathological findings in a large cohort of celiacs diagnosed in a single referral center. METHODS From January 1998 to December 2012, 770 patients (599 females, median age 36 years, range 18-78 years) were diagnosed as celiacs at St. Orsola-Malpighi Hospital (Bologna, Italy). The clinical phenotypes were classified as: 1) classical… CONTINUE READING
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