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Vol. 42, No. 3, 1999
Issue release date: October 1999

Coeliac Disease Presenting with Neurological Disorders

Luostarinen L. · Pirttilä T. · Collin P.
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Abstract

It is well known that coeliac disease may be associated with various neurological manifestations. We have had a high index of suspicion of coeliac disease during recent years in our neurological clinic. As a result 10 (7%) out of 144 of our new coeliac patients were detected because of neurological symptoms. The most common neurological manifestations were neuropathy, memory impairment and cerebellar ataxia. In these patient groups screening for coeliac disease with serological antibody tests helps to find patients who may suffer from this disease.



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