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Celiac Disease: A Subtle Clue for a Common Disease

      Celiac disease is an autoimmune disease resulting from an immune reaction to gluten that has a prevalence of 1% in the United States.
      • Lebwohl B
      • Sanders DS
      • Green PHR
      Coeliac disease.
      Here, we present a unique case of celiac disease in a patient that initially presented with imaging findings of mesenteric fat stranding and hyperemia with prominent associated lymph nodes and small bowel hyperemia.
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