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Synonyms for sprue

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

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Can the presence of wheat hydrolysates in personal care products adversely affect a patient with celiac sprue or wheat sensitivity?
28) Celiac sprue lacks the apoptotic bodies that are sometimes found in OAE and has less deep mucosal active inflammation and epithelial injury.
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.
The cause of diarrhea in celiac sprue is multifactorial, resulting from impaired absorption by the duodenum and jejunum, and net secretion by jejunal mucosa.
Celiac disease - also known as celiac sprue, gluten-sensitive enteropathy and notropical sprue - is a genetic autoimmune digestive disease that prevents people from being able to tolerate gluten, a protein found in wheat, barley and rye.
Celiac Sprue Association Website is an excellent source of information written by celiacs: www.
Approximately one in 133 people have celiac disease, but only about 3 percent of them have been diagnosed with the disease, according to the Celiac Sprue Association (CSA), which says that amounts to about 2.
Because of a greater risk of organic disease, patients who present with IBS symptoms plus other warning signs such as unexplained weight loss, GI bleeding, or a family history of colon cancer, inflammatory bowel disease, or celiac sprue require a more detailed evaluation, Dr.
Celiac Sprue Association of the United States of America
The Celiac Sprue Association updates this listing of products every year.
If so, you just might have the rather exotic-sounding condition called Celiac Sprue, more commonly known as celiac disease (CD).
This also happened to me and after weeks of testing and many doctors, it was diagnosed as celiac sprue.
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.