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(Celiac Disease)
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  • Celiac Artery Syndrome After Correction of Kyphoscoliosis. [Journal Article]
    Spine Deform 2019; 7(1):176-179van Urk PR, Littooij AS, … Kruyt MC
  • Compression of the celiac artery by a tight arcuate ligament of the diaphragm is a rare syndrome that can arise after correction of severe kyphosis. Symptoms include abdominal pain and ileus and liver dysfunctions. These symptoms can be easily attributed to more common causes like the superior mesenteric artery syndrome, and a delay in the diagnosis of celiac artery obstruction may result in seve…
  • A molecular basis for the T cell response in HLA-DQ2.2 mediated celiac disease. [Journal Article]
    Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2020Ting YT, Dahal-Koirala S, … Rossjohn J
  • The highly homologous human leukocyte antigen (HLA)-DQ2 molecules, HLA-DQ2.5 and HLA-DQ2.2, are implicated in the pathogenesis of celiac disease (CeD) by presenting gluten peptides to CD4+ T cells. However, while HLA-DQ2.5 is strongly associated with disease, HLA-DQ2.2 is not, and the molecular basis underpinning this differential disease association is unresolved. We here provide structural evid…
  • Scurvy may occur even in children with no underlying risk factors: a case report. [Journal Article]
    J Med Case Rep 2020; 14(1):18Gallizzi R, Valenzise M, … Zirilli G
  • CONCLUSIONS: Scurvy is caused by vitamin C deficiency. Cutaneous bleeding, mucosal bleeding, and anemia represent typical manifestations of the disease. These symptoms are directly connected to ascorbic acid involvement in collagen biosynthesis. Some radiographic findings can be useful for the diagnosis. Treatment aims to normalize serum levels of vitamin C in order to counteract the deprivation symptoms. The present case report demonstrates that scurvy may sporadically occur in pediatric patients, even in individuals with no predisposing medical conditions and/or potential risk factors.
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