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A genetic study of celiac disease; incidence of celiac disease, gastrointestinal disorders, and diabetes in pedigrees of children with celiac disease



A genetic study of celiac disease; incidence of celiac disease, gastrointestinal disorders, and diabetes in pedigrees of children with celiac disease



A.M.A. Journal of Diseases of Children 91(2): 131-137



Information about the parents, their siblings and the grandparents was obtained by interviewing the parents of 50 children with coeliac disease and 50 without it. The incidence of coeliac disease and gastro-intestinal disorders, but not of diabetes, was significantly greater in the histories of these relatives of the children with coeliac disease than in the relatives of the control group. F. C.

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