The most commonly held belief in celiac disease diagnosis has been that it’s most typical to have GI and digestive symptoms. A new article, “Atypical Celiac Disease: Diagnosing Nonintestinal Cases in Primary Care,” enlightens us on some amazing facts and figures. Mike and Cam explore what this could mean for celiac diagnosis in the future and share some of their personal takeaways about these fascinating findings. Thanks to Rachel Ziganti, MPA, PA-C and Stevie Redmond, MPA, PA-C for their illuminating article from Clinical Advisor!

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