Special Issue "Coeliac Disease 2023"
A special issue of Gastrointestinal Disorders (ISSN 2624-5647).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 September 2023) | Viewed by 113
Interests: inflammatory bowel disease; coeliac disease; achalasia; screening; epidemiology; public health
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There are a number of developments in coeliac disease which warrant a timely review. The major issues are (1) the widening occurrence of the disease; (2) the new approaches to treatment, including new varieties of gluten-free wheat, drugs, and vaccines; (3) the difficulties in complying with diet, with many issues related to the wider population base at risk; (4) the impact on fertility and mood; and (5) the emergence of gluten sensitivity without celiac disease.
This Special Issue on coeliac disease will accept basic research and preclinical research articles, case reports, case series or clinical image articles, short communications, and review articles. The issue welcomes but is not limited to the following subtopics:
- The changing face of coeliac disease;
- Epidemiology of coeliac disease;
- What triggers celiac disease and what we can do about it;
- Coeliac disease in Punjabis and dietary implications;
- Dietary issues for patients in the 21st century;
- Lymphoma and other tumors;
- Coeliac disease and inflammatory bowel disease;
- Coeliac disease, fertility, and obstetric issues;
- Mood disorders in celiac disease;
- Drugs or vaccines as a treatment;
- Gluten sensitivity without celiac disease.
Prof. Dr. John Mayberry
Manuscript Submission Information
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