The Gluten File
- Subclinical Celiac Disease and Crystal-Induced Kidney Disease Following Kidney Transplant.
Unusual Presentation of Celiac Disease Presenting with Renal Complications.
PMID:21744127 July 2011
Immunoglobulin A (Iga)-isotype antibodies play an important role in
immunity owing to their structure, glycosylation, localization and
receptor interactions. Dysfunctions in this system can lead to multiple
types of pathology. This review describes the characteristics of Iga and
discusses the involvement of abnormalities in the Iga system on the
development of celiac disease and Iga nephropathy.
Dysfunctions of the Iga system: a common link between intestinal and renal diseases.
PMID: 21278767 Jan 2011
Adults with undetected CD and type 1 diabetes have worse
glycemic control and a higher prevalence of retinopathy and nephropathy.
Treatment with a GFD for 1 year is safe in adults with type 1 diabetes
and does not have a negative impact on the quality of life.
High prevalence of microvascular complications in adults with type 1 diabetes and newly diagnosed celiac disease.
PMID 21911773 Oct 2011
The treatment with gluten-free diet and other conservative measures (ACEI and statin) is followed by clinical improvement and simultaneous decrease of tissue antitransglutaminase IgA-antibodies and complete remission of proteinuria. We review the relationship between celiac disease and membranous nephropathy and the role of diet in the management of both diseases.
Coeliac Disease and Membranous Nephropathy.
PMID: 19820761 Oct 2009
sensitivity in patients with IgA nephropathy.
PMID: 19332868 Aug 2009
CONCLUSION: We suggest that immune characteristics associated with CD increase the risk of chronic renal disease. Individuals with CD may also be at a moderately increased risk of any form of GN.
Coeliac disease and risk of renal disease-a general population cohort study.
PMID: 16574681 Jul 2006
We reported a female patient with unrecognized celiac disease and multiple extra intestinal manifestations, mainly related to a deranged immune function, including macroamilasemia, macrolipasemia, IgA nephropathy, thyroiditis, and anti-b2-glicoprotein-1 antibodies, that disappeared or improved after the implementation of a gluten-free diet.
Multiple immune disorders in unrecognized celiac disease: a case report
PMID: 12800261 June 2003
Celiac disease and HLA DQ in patients with IgA nephropathy.
PMID: 12385441 Oct 2002
Circulating IgA-antigliadin antibodies (IgA-AGA) are often found in patients with IgA nephropathy (NP). IgA-AGA are sensitive markers of an abnormal immune system reaction to gluten, seen particularly in patients with celiac disease.
IgA-antigliadin antibodies in patients with IgA nephropathy: the secondary phenomenon?
PMID: 10460933 1999
A case of IgA nephropathy with coeliac disease responding to a gluten-free diet.
PMID: 8159309 1993
The observation of the present five cases together with the notion of an increased prevalence in diabetes mellitus of celiac disease and dermatitis herpetiformis suggests that the occurrence of IgA-nephropathy in diabetic patients is not mere coincidence.
The occurrence of IgA-nephropathy in patients with diabetes mellitus may not be coincidental: a report of five cases.
PMID: 1519606 Sept 1992