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  • noun

Synonyms for sprue

a chronic disorder that occurs in tropical and non-tropical forms and in both children and adults

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In their article "Glyphosate, Pathways to Modern Diseases II: Celiac Sprue and Gluten Intolerance," Samsel and Seneff present numerous correlations between celiac disease and glyphosate's known effects.
Celiac sprue typically presents in the second decade of life.
Celiac Sprue Association of the United States of America
The Celiac Sprue Association updates this listing of products every year.
This also happened to me and after weeks of testing and many doctors, it was diagnosed as celiac sprue.
People with this condition, also known as celiac sprue, can't tolerate gluten, a protein present in grains such as wheat, barley, and rye.
Individuals who are 'sensitive' to gluten may be diagnosed with 'celiac disease,' which is also called gluten sensitivity, gluten-sensitive enteropathy, celiac sprue, celiac sprue disease, or non-tropical sprue.
Malabsorption with idiopathic hypoparathyroidism responding to treatment with coincident celiac sprue.
It has become a popular ingredient for use in developing novel cereal foods, especially for persons suffering from gluten sensitivity, such as celiac sprue and other chronic diseases.
The exception is celiac sprue, which occurs about 10 times more often in patients with diarrhea-predominant IBS-like symptoms than it does in the general population.
For someone suffering from celiac disease, also called celiac sprue or celiac enteropathy, all forms of gluten are toxic to the digestive system.
Celiac sprue disease occurs in people with a genetic intolerance of gluten, a food protein contained in wheat and other grains.
Food Lion notes that the product is also free of gluten, "a bonus for people with gluten-sourced allergies, such as celiac sprue disease.
Chaitan Khosla and his colleagues at Stanford University and the University of Norway in Oslo report identifying a single component of gluten proteins that causes the autoimmune response characteristic of celiac sprue.
Celiac sprue, a gluten-induced enteropathy, was once considered primarily an immunologic disease of infants and children.