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Neurological complications of coeliac disease: what is the evidence?
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    Neurologic complications of celiac disease

    Dear Editor,

    We read with great interest the review by Grossman on neurologic complications of celiac disease in a recent issue of Pract Neurol.(1)

    Using an evidence-based approach, the author has carefully and critically analyzed articles published in the last decade on the most common neurologic manifestations associated with celiac disease, namely ataxia, epilepsy, and peripheral neur...

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    Letter from Rome: Celiac disease and brain

    Dear Editor

    The history of celiac disease (CD) is very long. The cultivation of grains, developed in the Neolithic period after the last ice age, particularly in the “Fertile Crescent” of the Near East including the Tigris, the Euphrates and the Upper Nile. With the development of cooking, agriculture came into its own and wheat became a main support of the vast growth in population in successive millennia. Thus ar...

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