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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.


Found (38) clinical trials

Celiac disease is an inherited, life-long digestive disease affecting children and adults. When people with celiac disease eat certain foods, there is a reaction that damages their small intestine and can interfere with the ability of their intestine to take in nutrients from food. This reaction occurs when they eat ...

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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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Pancreatic Enzyme Supplementation for Celiac Disease

The purpose of this protocol is to conduct a pilot study to investigate whether pancreatic enzyme supplementation will improve symptoms in individuals with celiac disease who suffer persistent symptoms despite a gluten free diet. This protocol specifically aims to: Evaluate the efficacy of pancreatic enzyme supplementation for reduction of gastrointestinal ...


MAgnetic Resonance Imaging in COeliac Disease

Hypotheses of the study Based on the investigators' pilot data and on the literature available, this study aims to test the main hypotheses that in adults newly diagnosed with coeliac disease treatment with GFD will: reduce the water content of the fasting small bowel reduce the volume of the fasting ...

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Celiac Disease Genomic Environmental Microbiome and Metabolomic Study

The CDGEMM study will address genomic, environmental, microbiome, and metabolomic factors that could affect the development of CD. Genomic: The investigators will study children who have a first degree relative with celiac disease so that we can understand how their genes may contribute to whether they develop CD or not. ...

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Resection of the Nerve Plexus on the Right Half of Celiac and SMA Associated With Extended Pancreatoduodenectomy in the Surgical Treatment for Adenocarcinoma of the Head of Pancreas

Lymph node metastasis and nerve invasion are characteristics of pancreatic cancer. For pancreatic head cancer, celiac and SMA nerve plexus are often involved. Many surgeons started to improve the surgical approach of pancreatoduodenectomy by extending the extent of surgical resection including an extended lymph node dissection and nerve plexus clearance ...


Changing the coUrse of cRohn's Disease With an Early Use of Adalimumab

The main objective will be to evaluate the sustained deep remission rate one year after discontinuation of a 12 month course of adalimumab in adult patients with early CD who have achieved deep remission at 12 months AND who were already in clinical remission (CDAI < 150) and biomarker remission ...


Non Coeliac Gluten Sensitivity in Children

Irritable Bowel syndrome (IBS) is a very frequent condition in children. Its management is difficult, often resulting in a persistence of chronical abdominal pain. In adults, many patients affected by IBS improve under a gluten-free diet, even in the absence of Celiac Disease (CD) or wheat allergy. This condition is ...

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Left Celiac Plexus Resection for Pancreatic Cancer at the Body and Tail

Pancreatic cancer has a property of nerve invasion. Pancreatic cancer cells first invade the nerves within the pancreas, then reach to the retroperitoneal celiax plexus and ganglion. Previous studies have showed nerve invasion was a negative prognostic factor for pancreatic cancer. Celiac plexus was thought as one the sources of ...


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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