2015
DOI: 10.1590/s0004-28032015000300003
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Abstract: BackgroundRestrictions imposed by the gluten-free diet generate large changes in the daily habits of the celiac patient, causing a negative impact on quality of life.ObjetiveThis study aimed to evaluate the quality of life of patients with celiac disease on a capital in Southern Brazil.MethodsPatients older than 18 years were included, with confirmed celiac disease for at least 60 days in the period from June to October 2013. A validated questionnaire, with specific questions to assess the patient’s quality of… Show more

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“…La media del CD-QOL detectada (50,8±13,5) es similar a la obtenida por Rodríguez Almagro et al 15 , Ramírez-Cervantes et al 19 y Castilhos et al 18 con el mismo cuestionario. Este hallazgo es notable considerando que estos países son diferentes en muchos aspectos como el nivel socioeconómico y cultural 15 .…”
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“…No obstante, en los Estados Unidos, la media detectada con el mismo cuestionario fue más elevada: 68,9 22 . Estableciendo puntos de corte propuestos por Casellas et al 17 se halló que la CVRS predominante fue la regular (49%), similar a los primeros autores citados 15,18,19 .…”
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