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New York, NY -- ( SBWIRE ) -- 02/12/2018 -- Celiac disease, also known as celiac sprue or gluten-sensitive enteropathy, is a genetic autoimmune disorder caused due to the body's inability to process gluten that causes damage to the small intestine. Gluten, a protein found in wheat, barley, and rye, can damage the lining of the small intestine which makes it difficult for the body to absorb nutrients such as iron, fat, calcium, and folate. The immune system mistakes substances inside gluten to be a threat to the body and attacks them, in turn, causing damage to the bowel surface and hampering the body's ability to absorb nutrition. Digestion problems, dermatitis herpetiformis, abdominal pain, weight loss, musculoskeletal problems, aphthous ulcers, iron deficiency, stunted growth, tingling sensation in the leg, and missed menstrual cycles are some of the symptoms of celiac disease.

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Aphthous Ulcer
108 pages
Aphthous Ulcer

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Aphthous Ulcer
82 pages
Aphthous Ulcer

An aphthous ulcer (/ aef s/ AF-th s), also known as a canker sore, is a type of mouth ulcer which presents as a painful open sore inside the mouth or upper throat characterized by a break in the mucous membrane.

Aphthous Ulcers, Dermatology Aphthous Ulcers, Dermatology

Dermatology Dr Miriam Kinai. Chapter 4 TESTS FOR APHTHOUS ULCERS A diagnosis of Aphthous ulcers is made based on the history and physical examination. The following tests can be done to exclude systemic disorders that may contribute to the development of the ulcers: 1. Complete blood count, iron studies, red blood cell folate assay and serum vitamin B 12 assay since conditions like iron deficiency anemia, folic acid and B12 deficiency can contribute to their development.

Behçet’s Disease, A Guide to its Clinical Understanding Textbook and Atlas
210 pages
Behçet’s Disease, A Guide to its Clinical Understanding Textbook and Atlas

Elsevier Science Publishers, Amsterdam, pp 153-158 3.2 Oral Ulcers Key points in the consideration of oral ulcers are as follows: • Characteristics: well-defined ulcer, erythema around ulcer, white or yellowish necrotic pseudo- membrane formation, pain and tenderness, halitosis • Types: minor aphthous ulcer, major aphthous ulcer, herpetiform ulcer • Progress: variability in frequency and convalescence; major aphthous ulcers often cause scarring; other symptoms can occur gradually ...

Head & Neck Surgery--otolaryngology
2826 pages
Head & Neck Surgery--otolaryngology

APHTHOUS. STOMATITIS. Etiology. Aphthous ulcers are the most common type of nontrau- matic ulcer. The incidence ranges from 10% to 20% in the general population and as high as 50% in selected groups. Prevalence tends to be more common in upper socioeco- nomic groups and professional persons. The cause is unknown and numerous theories have been presented. The best evidence points to an immunologic mechanism (17): autoantibodies to oral mucous membranes or ...

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Peyronie's disease: Embarrassing problem men won't talk about
Peyronie's disease: Embarrassing problem men won't talk about The ulcers — or aphthous ulcers, as doctors call them — are normally small (1mm to about 6mm), are round or oval-shaped, and should heal completely after one or two weeks. Typically, ulcers occur as a result of damage to the inside of the cheeks or

Les jouets, des nids à bactéries dangereuses pour la santé ; Comment ça ...
Les jouets, des nids à bactéries dangereuses pour la santé ; Comment ça ... Amlexanox (trade name Aphthasol) is an anti-inflammatory antiallergic immunomodulator used to treat recurrent aphthous ulcers (canker sores), and (in Japan) several inflammatory conditions. This drug has been discontinued in the U.S.[1] ^ "Amlexanox