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Celiac Disease - Zenodo

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Last Updated: 28 January 2022

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FREQUENCY OF CELIAC DISEASE IN TYPE 1 DIABETIC ADULTS

According to several studies, Celiac Disease was 20 times more prevalent in type 1 diabetics with diabetes. The aim of our study was to determine the incidence of celiac disease in hospital-based type 1 diabetic adults. Diabetes outpatient clinic Patients with type 1 diabetes were seen in this cohort. The study included 482 type 1 diabetic patients with diabetes. Anti endomysial antibody tests in fifteen of the remaining 425 patients were positive. The prevalence of biopsy-proned celiac disease was 2. 3%. In terms of age, sex, or duration of the disease, there was no significant difference between Endomysial antibody positive and negative groups. This report finds that type 1 diabetic patients have celiac disease. Since only a small percentage of celiac patients are symptomatic of this disease, it is important that these patients with diabetes be tested for diabetes in all adult type 1 patients with diabetes by antiendomysium antibody.

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