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How Do You Test For Celliac Disease
Biopsy: Confirmatory test is biopsy via upper GI endoscopy and/or colonoscopy. Crohn's usually presents with inflammatory changes and granulomas (areas of immune system consolidation) at the end of the small intestine (terminal ileum) but it can involve any part of the GI tract. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Common diagnostics: are an ultrasound, which can show stones and other signs of gallbladder inflammation. A CT scan is sometimes done and shows more of the internal organs in the area. Other less frequently utilized tests include a HIDA scan which studies GB emptying, and an MRI which shows the duct anatomy around the GB better. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Too open ended: We cannot answer the question without further consideration of the type of tests you are referring to. There are definitely some tests that can be falsely elevated if you have crohn's disease. The one that comes to mind is the blood test for celiac disease (ttg) which can be elevated in crohn's. But you cannot make a blanket statement about all tests. Sorry. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Test results: there are no test results included. Unable to help you until you let a doctor know the test results you are talking about ...Read more
Testing: Unfortunately, without knowing what part of your testing was abnormal, it is not possible to suggest a treatment. Please give some more specifics, or go see a doctor to review your test results. ...Read more
Is there any way to test myself at home if I have diabetes, what's the best test that rules out a lot of diseases?
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