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Antireticulin antibodies in dermatitis herpetiformis and adult coeliac disease. Their relationship to a gluten free diet and jejunal histology



Antireticulin antibodies in dermatitis herpetiformis and adult coeliac disease. Their relationship to a gluten free diet and jejunal histology



British Journal of Dermatology 92(1): 37-42



Antireticulin antibody was present in 17% of samples of serum from 35 patients with dermatitis herpetiformis, 45% from 28 with adult coeliac disease and none from 30 healthy controls. There was a greater incidence of the antibody in patients on normal than in those on gluten-free diets, and in those with subtotal than in those with partial villous atrophy.

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