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[The association of diabetes and celiac disease: the value of assaying antireticulin antibodies].
Pediatrie. 1989; 44(4):319-21.P

Abstract

The authors studied the specificity and the sensitivity of serum anti-reticulin IgA type antibody determination for the diagnosis of coeliac disease in diabetic patients. They observed a frequency of 11.1% coeliac disease among a group of 54 type I juvenile diabetic patients. The search for serum antireticulin IgA type antibodies appears to be an efficient method for identifying patients with coeliac disease; it has a specificity of 98% and a sensitivity of 95%. This marker appears to be particularly well suited for the identification of asymptomatic forms, and also for surveillance of diet during the course of coeliac disease.

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Clinique médicale infantile, CHU Mustapha, Alger, Algérie.No affiliation info availableNo affiliation info availableNo affiliation info availableNo affiliation info availableNo affiliation info availableNo affiliation info available

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English Abstract
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fre

PubMed ID

2677975

Citation

Keddari, M, et al. "[The Association of Diabetes and Celiac Disease: the Value of Assaying Antireticulin Antibodies]." Pediatrie, vol. 44, no. 4, 1989, pp. 319-21.
Keddari M, Makhloufi-Djenandar F, Ourabia A, et al. [The association of diabetes and celiac disease: the value of assaying antireticulin antibodies]. Pediatrie. 1989;44(4):319-21.
Keddari, M., Makhloufi-Djenandar, F., Ourabia, A., Maiza, E. H., Abbadi, M. C., Hamza, F., & Khati, B. (1989). [The association of diabetes and celiac disease: the value of assaying antireticulin antibodies]. Pediatrie, 44(4), 319-21.
Keddari M, et al. [The Association of Diabetes and Celiac Disease: the Value of Assaying Antireticulin Antibodies]. Pediatrie. 1989;44(4):319-21. PubMed PMID: 2677975.
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