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Dr. Suzanne Galli
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Blood Type (Definition)

Refers to the proteins present or not present on the surface of red blood cells. The types are a, ...Read more


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How are celiac disease and autoimmune hepatitis different?

How are celiac disease and autoimmune hepatitis different?

Totally different: While both are autoimmune diseases, celiac is basically a GI disease characterized by a sensitivity to wheat (gluten) and hepatitis is characterized by inflammation involving the liver. ...Read more

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Can people with celiac sprue donate blood or plasma?

Can people with celiac sprue donate blood or plasma?

Yes: Yes you can; it is not an infection; you can't catch it from a transfusion. ...Read more

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Might somebody have celiac disease and diabetes?

Might somebody have celiac disease and diabetes?

Yes: It is a known association of type i or childhood onset diabetes. About 10% of these types of diabetics also have celiac disease. Adult onset diabetes is caused by a different mechanism, and is not related. However, it is possible to have the 2 conditions together. ...Read more

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How are gluten intolerance and celiac disease different?

How are gluten intolerance and celiac disease different?

Celiac is an allergy: Celiac disease is gluten allergy, a strong allergic reaction to gluten (a protein in grains such as wheat, barley, malted barley, rye, spelt, etc...). Gluten intolerance is not an allergic reaction, but an intolerance of gluten that leads to tummy symptoms such as gassiness, bloating, loose stools, etc... Gluten intolerance does not cause damage to the intestinal lining like celiac disease does. ...Read more

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How are gluten intolerance and celiac disease diagnosed?

How are gluten intolerance and celiac disease diagnosed?

Celiac: Typically people get blood work for specific celiac antibodies but there is a lot of debate on how accurate a negative result is. Most accurate is an endoscopy with biopsy looking specifically for the celiac antibodies or pathology. ...Read more

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How do a gluten allergy/sensitivity and celiac disease differ?

How do a gluten allergy/sensitivity and celiac disease differ?

Autoimmune: Allergy is mediated by immunoglobulin e usually and doesnt damage the intestine wall. Celiac is a autoimmune disease where the antibodies attack the lining of the intestines and affect the absorption of food. Celiac can also lead to other autoimmune diseases. ...Read more

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Will a typical blood panel for autoimmune diseases detect graves disease?

Will a typical blood panel for autoimmune diseases detect graves disease?

Need specific test: You need to be testing for graves disease - there is no shotgun test for all autoimmune disorders. ...Read more

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How are gluten intolerance and celiac disease typically treated?

How are gluten intolerance and celiac disease typically treated?

Celiac: Strict avoidance of any gluten containing products with supplementation of vitamins and minerals for whatever is lost with the elimination of gluten from the diet. ...Read more

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Is celiac disease and iritis related?

usually not: Only a handful of case reports. Here is the reference: http://www.Ncbi.Nlm.Nih.Gov/pubmed/22408231. ...Read more

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Celiac disease blood testing involves what tests usually?

Celiac disease blood testing involves what tests usually?

TTG IgA , others : Arguably the most accurate is the ttg IgA level. In those who are IgA deficient, i believe a dpg igg is the best. Others include anti-endomysial antibodies. The gold standard is duodenal biopsies obtained during endoscopy. ...Read more

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Which are the normal blood levels labs for celiac disease?

Which are the normal blood levels labs for celiac disease?

Restate the question: There are no normal blood levels for celiac disease. Some lab tests are abnormal in patients with celiac disease, e.g., antibodies to tissue transglutaminase. ...Read more

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If I have an elevated transglutaminase iga, hypothyroidism, and a mother with celiac disease. Is the likelihood that I have celiac disease.?

If I have an elevated transglutaminase iga, hypothyroidism, and a mother with  celiac disease.  Is the likelihood that I have celiac disease.?

Yes, but ...: While your database is highly suggestive of a person at risk for celiac disease, the diagnosis still hinges on a diagnostic small bowel biopsy. Once the diagnosis is secure, a gluten-free diet should then result in a drop in tissue transglutaminase titer. ...Read more

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What kind of blood tests does chrons disease affect?

What kind of blood tests does chrons disease affect?

Crones: Not a diagnosis made on blood work. Diagnosis made usually at colonoscopy with biopsy. ...Read more

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Can coeliac disease have a low cd57?

Can coeliac disease have a low cd57?

Unlikely: Low cd57 has been associated with a subset of patients with lyme disease but is not specific for that condition or celiac disease. ...Read more

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What is likely hood of patient with undiagnosed inflammatory bowel disease to have normal blood tests levels ?

What is likely hood of patient with undiagnosed inflammatory bowel disease to have normal blood tests levels ?

Depends on disease: activity. A person with quiescent disease is likely to have normal blood test results for the routine tests. ...Read more

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Would having Gerd and celiac disease cause a patient to have high b12 levels?

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Would having Gerd and celiac disease cause a patient to have high b12 levels?

No: In fact people taking PPI class of drug for GERD often end up with low serum B12 level which may or may not be clinically important. ...Read more

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Can blood tests check for celiac disease?

Can blood tests check for celiac disease?

Yes: Blood tests can be done as well as if an egd is done, a biopsy can be done that is more specific to test for celiac. ...Read more

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Dr. John Chiu
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Celiac Disease (Definition)

A disease caused by an immune system reaction to eating gluten, a protein found in ...Read more