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Evaluation of splenic function in infants and adults with celiac disease


Archivio di Medicina Interna 37(4): 215-218
Evaluation of splenic function in infants and adults with celiac disease
The authors have assessed the function of the spleen in adults and children with celiac disease. Decreased function of the spleen is not found in children. Hyposplenism in children with celiac disease is an unusual feature.


Accession: 005401878



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