Symptoms, Atypical

This category comprises atypical signs and symptoms of celiac disease that do not typically alert the patient or doctor to suspect celiac disease.

Examples include repeat urinary tract infections, joint pain, constipation, depression, headache, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), kidney stones, and gastric reflux.

Hypoprothrombinemia (Low Prothrombin Level)

What Is Hypoprothrombinemia? Hypoprothrombinemia is a deficiency of prothrombin (clotting factor II) in the blood that is characterized by impaired hemostasis in response to trauma or a laceration. Q: What is hemostasis and how is it altered by a deficiency of prothrombin? A: Hemostasis ...

Read More »

Liver Enzymes, Elevated (Hypertransaminasemia)

What Are Elevated Liver Enzymes? Hypertransaminasemia is a chronic condition of elevated blood liver transaminase enzymes, commonly called “liver enzymes,” that signifies hepatocellular (liver) injury. Q: What are serum transaminases? A: Transaminases are the liver enzymes ALT and AST. ALT is the ...

Read More »
>