Wheat and other gluten-containing grains are widely consumed, providing approximately 50% of the caloric intake in both industrialised and developing countries. The widespread diffusion of gluten-containing diets has rapidly led to a sharp increase in celiac disease prevalence. This condition was thought to be very rare outside Europe and relatively ignored by health professionals and the global media. However, in recent years, the discovery of important diagnostic and pathogenic milestones has led to the emergence of celiac disease (CD) from obscurity to global prominence. These modifications have prompted experts worldwide to identify effective strategies for the diagnosis and follow-up of CD. Different scientific societies, mainly from Europe and America, have proposed guidelines based on CD's most recent evidence.

Raiteri A., Granito A., Giamperoli A., Catenaro T., Negrini G., Tovoli F. (2022). Current guidelines for the management of celiac disease: A systematic review with comparative analysis. WORLD JOURNAL OF GASTROENTEROLOGY, 28(1), 154-175 [10.3748/wjg.v28.i1.154].

Current guidelines for the management of celiac disease: A systematic review with comparative analysis

Raiteri A.;Granito A.;Giamperoli A.;Catenaro T.;Negrini G.;Tovoli F.
2022

Abstract

Wheat and other gluten-containing grains are widely consumed, providing approximately 50% of the caloric intake in both industrialised and developing countries. The widespread diffusion of gluten-containing diets has rapidly led to a sharp increase in celiac disease prevalence. This condition was thought to be very rare outside Europe and relatively ignored by health professionals and the global media. However, in recent years, the discovery of important diagnostic and pathogenic milestones has led to the emergence of celiac disease (CD) from obscurity to global prominence. These modifications have prompted experts worldwide to identify effective strategies for the diagnosis and follow-up of CD. Different scientific societies, mainly from Europe and America, have proposed guidelines based on CD's most recent evidence.
2022
Raiteri A., Granito A., Giamperoli A., Catenaro T., Negrini G., Tovoli F. (2022). Current guidelines for the management of celiac disease: A systematic review with comparative analysis. WORLD JOURNAL OF GASTROENTEROLOGY, 28(1), 154-175 [10.3748/wjg.v28.i1.154].
Raiteri A.; Granito A.; Giamperoli A.; Catenaro T.; Negrini G.; Tovoli F.
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