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Aaron Lerner, Patricia Jeremias, and Torsten Matthias

-thyroid peroxidase antibodies (TPO). The disease is a common cause of low thyroid hormones with a high thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH) but some exhibit subclinical hypothyroidism. Interestingly, symptoms of HT and celiac disease (CD) often overlap ( Table 1 ), and

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Rasha Odeh, Abeer Alassaf, Lubna Gharaibeh, Sarah Ibrahim, Fareed Khdair Ahmad, and Kamel Ajlouni

Introduction Type 1 diabetes mellitus (T1D) is an immune-mediated disease that is known to be associated with other autoimmune conditions, most commonly thyroiditis and celiac disease (CD). While the prevalence of CD in the general population

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Hauke Thomsen, Xinjun Li, Kristina Sundquist, Jan Sundquist, Asta Försti, and Kari Hemminki

’ disease, celiac disease and type 1 diabetes ( 12 , 13 ). The HLA locus was for a long time the only significant genetic risk factor for AD, as it was for many other AIDs; the HLA DQ/DR regions regulate the antigen presentation to the T-cell receptor ( 5

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Elin Kahlert, Martina Blaschke, Knut Brockmann, Clemens Freiberg, Onno E Janssen, Nikolaus Stahnke, Domenika Strik, Martin Merkel, Alexander Mann, Klaus-Peter Liesenkötter, and Heide Siggelkow

, celiac disease ( 17 , 46 , 47 ). In our cohort, no regular screening for other autoimmune disease was implemented until June 2017. Furthermore, no definite screening is proposed in the guidelines ( 48 ). However, it has been suggested lately that HLA

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Giorgio Radetti, Mariacarolina Salerno, Chiara Guzzetti, Marco Cappa, Andrea Corrias, Alessandra Cassio, Graziano Cesaretti, Roberto Gastaldi, Mario Rotondi, Fiorenzo Lupi, Antonio Fanolla, Giovanna Weber, and Sandro Loche

thyroid function tests. TSH concentrations at diagnosis ranged from 5.0 to >1000 U/L (37.9 ± 121.4). Free T4 was within the normal range in 84 patients (57%), and below the normal range in 64 (43%). Seven patients had celiac disease and 2 had vitiligo. No

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Henrik Falhammar, Hedi Claahsen-van der Grinten, Nicole Reisch, Jolanta Slowikowska-Hilczer, Anna Nordenström, Robert Roehle, Claire Bouvattier, Baudewijntje P C Kreukels, Birgit Köhler, and on behalf of the dsd-LIFE group

attempt); gastrointestinal disorders (fatty liver disease, hepatitis, elevated liver enzymes, Crohn’s disease/colitis and/or celiac disease); autoimmune disorders (Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, type 1 diabetes, rheumatology disease, Crohn’s disease

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V Guarnotta, C Di Stefano, A Santoro, A Ciresi, A Coppola, and C Giordano

) and 13 with isolated autoimmune AI ( Table 1 ). Patients with celiac disease were on a stable gluten-free diet. Patients with PAI were also on stable treatment with fludrocortisone (0.05–0.1 mg/day, once). Among patients with APS and type 1 diabetes

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Yun Cai, Jieni Yan, Yong Gu, Heng Chen, Yang Chen, Xinyu Xu, Mei Zhang, Liping Yu, Xuqin Zheng, and Tao Yang

39 (30.9%) non-diabetic patients developed T1DM-related celiac diseases. In accord with these findings, our study illustrated that the prevalence of ZnT8A in non-diabetic GD or HT patients was significantly higher than that in HC but lower than T1DM

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Werner F Blum, Abdullah Alherbish, Afaf Alsagheir, Ahmed El Awwa, Walid Kaplan, Ekaterina Koledova, and Martin O Savage

short stature child need screening for celiac disease? Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology 2008 23 e353 – e356 . ( https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1440-1746.2007.05261.x ) 10.1111/j.1440-1746.2007.05261.x) 48 Saari A Harju S Mäkitie O

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Ozlem Atan Sahin, Damla Goksen, Aysel Ozpinar, Muhittin Serdar, and Huseyin Onay

Perez de Nanclares G . Heterogeneity of vitamin D receptor gene association with celiac disease and type1 diabetes mellitus, Autoimmunity 2005 38 439 – 444 . ( doi:10.1080/08916930500288455 ) 13 Nejentsev S Cooper JD Godfrey L