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Celiac Disease Clinical Trials

A listing of Celiac Disease medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.

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Found (35) clinical trials

Celiac Disease and Diabetes Longitudinal Follow-up and Evaluation Study

To the investigators' knowledge, no single long-term prospective observational study has assessed dietary factors, diabetes clinical variables (metabolic control and associated complications), and self -perceived health and wellness in T1D patients (both pediatric and adult) with CD identified by screening (positive/weakly positive serology). The aim of the current study is ...

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Evidence-based Screening Strategies for Celiac Disease

The current project will result in the identification of genetic, environmental or downstream biomedical markers that predict the development of celiac disease at the individual level. Moreover, the markers can be exploited in prediction of specific disease risks, manifestations, comorbidities and complications.

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Changes in Intestinal Permeability 4 Hours After Gluten Challenge

When a person with celiac disease is exposed to gluten, their immune system attacks their bowel and causes abdominal pain, bloating, and diarrhea. This process takes 24-72 hours to occur. Some people without celiac disease develop similar symptoms when they eat gluten or wheat. Doctors and scientists do not know ...

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In Vivo Effects of the Gluten Friendly Bread in Coeliac Disease

The aim of this study is to investigate the effects of gluten friendly bread on the faecal microbiota composition, metabolism and immunity in coeliac individuals aged 20-80 years. The study consists of a 6-visit (screening visit + 5 visits) randomised intervention with the Gluten Friendly bread at different doses and ...

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European Novel Motorized Spiral Endoscopy Trial

General anesthesia and/or sedation will be prescribed according to institutional practices and clinical judgment; type, amount and duration will be recorded. A standard esophagogastroduodenoscopy (EGD) will be performed prior to the enteroscopy. If during this preliminary exam the endoscopist identifies any stricture or believes the patient has anatomy that would ...

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Celiac Disease Database

This database will allow us to examine clinical and epidemiologic features of the University of Chicago Medical Center patient population.

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OptiCal Study -Optimizing Fecal Calprotectin Monitoring: a Clinical Study Comparing CalproLab Against PhiCal and Evaluating Its Association With the Gut Microbiome

Fecal Calprotectin has become one of the most frequently used biomarkers in patients suffering from Inflammatory Bowel Diseases. Although its use for monitoring disease activity and therapeutic efficiency has previously been demonstrated, the test performance should further be optimized to improve clinical accuracy. The PhiCal test is a quantitative ELISA ...

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A Low FODMAPs Diet in Celiac Patients With Persistent Gastrointestinal Symptoms

FODMAPS (fructose, oligosaccharides, monosaccharides, disaccharides and polyols) are characterised as fermentable but poorly absorbed carbohydrates which enter the colon and are utilised by colonic bacteria. During fasting colonic nutrients are scarce but ingesting FODMAPS causes a rapid increase in carbohydrate which can overwhelm the microbiota's ability to utilise substrate. The ...

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Celiac Plexus Block for Chronic Pancreatitis RCT

1.0 Background and Hypothesis: Chronic pancreatitis is an inflammatory disease of the pancreas characterized by painful scarring and loss of glandular function.The prevalence of chronic pancreatitis in the United States is estimated to be 0.2 to 5% and results in 86,000 hospitalizations. The majority of patients with chronic pancreatitis will ...

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Effects of a Dietary Approach to Iron Deficiency in Premenopausal Women Affected by Celiac Disease

Anemia and sideropenia are a common effect of untreated celiac disease. In a portion of patients a certain degree of hypoferritinemia persist after the diagnosis, despite a good compliance and clinical response to gluten-free diet. These patients are usually premenopausal women in whom the cyclic menstrual bleeding and the oral ...

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