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Conversely, adults affected by osteoporosis secondary to celiac disease do not experience spontaneous recovery, and there are no conclusive data on the efficacy of standard therapies for osteoporosis in reducing the fracture risk. This finding stresses the need for an early diagnosis as a preventive intervention to avoid celiac disease complications. The prevalence of neurological and psychiatric disorders is increased in patients with celiac disease. Gluten-sensitive neurological syndromes (ataxia, peripheral neuropathy, and other conditions) have been hypothesized in patients with various idiopathic neuropathologies, detectable anti-gliadin antibodies (AGA) and HLA-DQ2 or DQ7.
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