Gluten-sensitive enteropathy–associated conditions

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Gluten-sensitive enteropathy–associated conditions are comorbidities or complications of gluten-related gastrointestinal distress (that is, gluten-sensitive enteropathy or GSE).wikipedia
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Gluten-related disorders

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Gluten-sensitive enteropathy–associated conditions are comorbidities or complications of gluten-related gastrointestinal distress (that is, gluten-sensitive enteropathy or GSE).
As of 2015 there were increasing reports of a wide spectrum of gluten-related disorders all around the world, including CD and NCGS, as well as gluten-sensitive enteropathy–associated conditions.

Primary biliary cholangitis

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Primary biliary cirrhosis. CD is prevalent in primary biliary cirrhosis (PBC).
Common associations include Sjögren's syndrome, systemic sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, hypothyroidism and [[Gluten-sensitive enteropathy associated conditions#Diseases of the pancreas.2C gall bladder.2C bile duct|gluten sensitive enteropathy]].

Anti-gliadin antibodies

AGAanti-gliadin IgGAntibodies to α-gliadin
Anti-gliadin antibodies correlate with higher risk for chronic-fatique when no clinical finding of CD is present.
RCD or non-strict gluten-free diet are two causes of failure of AGA to return to normality on the GF diet.

Comorbidity

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Gluten-sensitive enteropathy–associated conditions are comorbidities or complications of gluten-related gastrointestinal distress (that is, gluten-sensitive enteropathy or GSE).

Complication (medicine)

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Gluten-sensitive enteropathy–associated conditions are comorbidities or complications of gluten-related gastrointestinal distress (that is, gluten-sensitive enteropathy or GSE).

Diarrhea

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These include bowel disorders (diarrhoea, constipation, irritable bowel), eosinophilic gastroenteritis and increase with coeliac disease (CD) severity.

Constipation

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These include bowel disorders (diarrhoea, constipation, irritable bowel), eosinophilic gastroenteritis and increase with coeliac disease (CD) severity.

Eosinophilic gastroenteritis

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These include bowel disorders (diarrhoea, constipation, irritable bowel), eosinophilic gastroenteritis and increase with coeliac disease (CD) severity.

Coeliac disease

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These include bowel disorders (diarrhoea, constipation, irritable bowel), eosinophilic gastroenteritis and increase with coeliac disease (CD) severity.

Gluten-free diet

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Many of these disorders persist on a strict gluten-free diet (GF diet or GFD), and are thus independent of coeliac disease after triggering.

Thyroiditis

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For example, autoimmune thyroiditis is a common finding with GSE.

Non-celiac gluten sensitivity

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The frequency of GSE is typically around 0.3 to 1% and lifelong risk of this form of gluten sensitivity increases in age, possibly as high as 2% for people over 60 years of age.

Locus (genetics)

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Genetic studies indicate that coeliac disease genetically links to loci shared by linkage with other autoimmune diseases.

Vitamin deficiency

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Avitaminosis. Avitaminosis caused by malabsorption in GSE can result in decline of fat soluble vitamins and vitamin B, as well as malabsorption of essential fatty acids.

Essential fatty acid

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Avitaminosis. Avitaminosis caused by malabsorption in GSE can result in decline of fat soluble vitamins and vitamin B, as well as malabsorption of essential fatty acids.

Vitamin A

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Vitamin A – Poor absorption of vitamin A has been seen in coeliac disease. and it has been suggested that GSE-associated cancers of the esophagus may be related to vitamin A deficiency

Calcification

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Calcification of brain channels – epilepsy, dementia, visual manifestations.

Epilepsy

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Calcification of brain channels – epilepsy, dementia, visual manifestations.

Dementia

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Calcification of brain channels – epilepsy, dementia, visual manifestations.

Vitamin B6

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B 6 deficiency. Vitamin B 6 deficiency can result in neuropathies and increases in pain sensitivity. may explain some of the peripheral neuropathies, pain and depression associated with GSE.

Vitamin D

Dcalciferol1,25 Dihydroxy vitamin D
Vitamin D deficiency. Vitamin D deficiency can result in osteopenia and osteoporosis

Osteopenia

Reduced bone massDiminished bone density
Vitamin D deficiency. Vitamin D deficiency can result in osteopenia and osteoporosis

Osteoporosis

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Vitamin D deficiency. Vitamin D deficiency can result in osteopenia and osteoporosis

Vitamin K

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Vitamin K – Coeliac disease has been identified in patients with a pattern of bleeding that treatment of vitamin K increased levels of prothrombin.

Thrombin

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Vitamin K – Coeliac disease has been identified in patients with a pattern of bleeding that treatment of vitamin K increased levels of prothrombin.