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Celiac disease: evaluation of compliance to a gluten-free diet and knowledge of the disease in celiac patients registered at the Brazilian Celiac Association (BCA)



Celiac disease: evaluation of compliance to a gluten-free diet and knowledge of the disease in celiac patients registered at the Brazilian Celiac Association (BCA)



Arquivos de Gastroenterologia 38(4): 232-239



Background: The compliance to a gluten-free diet may prevent the development of both non-malignant and malignant complications. Aim: To evaluate compliance to a gluten-free diet and knowledge of the disease in coeliac patients, in Brazil, registered at the Brazilian Coeliac Association (BCA). Methods: A structured questionnaire was designed to assess compliance to a gluten-free diet as well as knowledge of the coeliac disease. It was mailed to 584 members of BCA.

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