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Neurologic Disorder - Antigliadin antibodies

Antigliadin antibodies recommended screen. [The Lancet, February 10, 1996; 347:369-371. 24229 (1997)] Summary Interview

Neurologic Disorder - Antigliadin antibodies - 2

Antigliadin antibodies disappear from the blood in 3-6 months; improvement or stabilization occurs at about 2 years from the introduction of gluten-free diet. [The Lancet, February 10, 1996;347:369-371. 24229 (1997)] Summary Interview

Neurologic Disorder - Celiac disease

Celiac disease screening. [Am J Med, March 1, 2004;116:312-317. 42425 (01/2005)] Summary Interview

Neurologic Disorder - Gluten

Gluten sensitivity common. [The Lancet, February 10, 1996;347:369-371. 24229 (1997)] Summary Interview

Neurologic Disorder - Gluten-free diet

Gluten-free diet improves cerebral hypofusion. [Am J Med, March 1, 2004;116: 312-317. 42425 (01/2005)] Summary Interview

Neurologic Disorder - Gluten-free diet - 2

Gluten-free diet in celiac disease can improve neurologic function. [The Lancet, February 10, 1996;347:369-371. 24229 (1997)] Summary Interview

Neurologic Disorder - Vitamin C

Vitamin C is beneficial by protecting neurons against the neurotoxic effects of glutamate; is an inhibitor at the dopamine receptor; is a powerful antioxidant and is the main defense of the brain against toxic free radicals (FORs); works in tandem with vitamin E. Vitamin E is found mostly in the glia and ascorbate in the neurons. These antioxidants also act on the gene expression of other antioxidant systems. [J Royal Soc Med, May, 1996;89(5):241. 24982/24872 (1997)] Summary Interview
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