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Celiac disease is one of the most common lifelong disorders worldwide and is characterized by a variety of clinical presentations according to age group (Poplawska, 2008, p317). If you have Celiac’s and are eating foods with gluten than your body isn’t able to absorb nutrients from that food due to the damage of the intestines. If someone in your family has celiac disease than most likely it will pass on through genetics. Most tests and diagnosing can be done now in infant and younger aged children to detect early on. Impact on patients and patient care Because children are having bowel and stomach issues, parents are bringing their kids into the doctor more often.
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