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Diseases & Physical Ailments
  • Author:
    Peter Howdle
  • ISBN:
    0340928859
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    978-0340928851
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    Hodder Education Publishers; 1 edition (April 12, 2007)
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    160 pages
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Written by Peter Howdle, this book is the patient's ultimate tool to understanding . Royal Society of Medicine (Great Britain).

Written by Peter Howdle, this book is the patient's ultimate tool to understanding their illness, discovering invaluable advice, and empowering them to make informed choices and to regain control of their life. Includes bibliographical references and index. How does coeliac disease affect the patient? - - How is coeliac disease diagnosed? - - Looking after a patient with coeliac disease - Taking control: living with coeliac disease.

Coeliac Disease - The Essential Guide (Need 2 Know). Coeliac Disease: What You Need to Know (Revised). Provides those who suffer from coeliac disease, and their friends/family with vital facts, advice and support to empower them to make informed choices, to understand the illness and to regain control of their life - written by a leading specialist in the field. Professor Peter Howdle is Head of General Surgery, Medicine and Anaesthesia Unit and Consultant Gastroenterologist at St James's University Hospital.

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The Royal Society of Medicine Your Guide to Coeliac Disease is the patient's ultimate tool to understanding their illness, discovering invaluable advice, and empowering them to make informed choices and to regain control of their life

The Royal Society of Medicine Your Guide to Coeliac Disease is the patient's ultimate tool to understanding their illness, discovering invaluable advice, and empowering them to make informed choices and to regain control of their life

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How is coeliac disease managed? The diagnosis of coeliac disease .

How is coeliac disease managed? The diagnosis of coeliac disease usually involves some blood tests and a camera test (endoscopy) of the stomach. Very rarely, if the disease remains active (usually because the diet is not kept to), then there can be some problems with uncontrolled inflammation of the bowel, which can require a more active treatment. He has been recognised for his expertise and contributions to medicine in his field (The Leslie Parrott Prize from the National Association of Crohn’s and Colitis (1994), the President's medal from the British Society of Gastroenterology (2013)). Overall assessment of their patients.

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The Royal Society of Medicine Your Guide to Coeliac Disease is the patient's ultimate tool to understanding their illness, discovering invaluable advice, and empowering them to make informed choices and to regain control of their life. Written by the top UK expert in this field, in conjunction with an expert dietician, this is an easy-to-read guide to coeliac disease, the symptoms, the treatment available, and ultimately how to overcome this misunderstood yet common illness. The book opens by explaining how to recognise the disease, where it comes from, and who else in your family might get it. It then goes on to detail diagnosis, management and most importantly taking control. A section on who you might meet in the NHS and their role in the treatment of your illness gives you a greater understanding of what you might expect and who might be involved. A friendly and straightforward guide, this book gives you an essential understanding of coeliac disease and its dietary requirements and will inform, reassure and support you, when you need it the most.