Accuracy of Ultrasonography in Predicting Celiac Disease – (01-29-04)


Accuracy of Ultrasonography in Predicting Celiac Disease

Given the high prevalence of CD and it’s major impact on our health, diagnostic tests that help determine its presence are always welcome. Anti tissue transglutaminase antibodies (tTG) and anti-endomyssium antibodies (EMA) are blood tests that are also useful for diagnosing celiac disease.

Arch Intern Med — Abstracts: Fraquelli et al. 164 (2): 169 -

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