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This test requires a blood draw, so please ensure you can refer to a phlebotomist in the clients area before you order this test. 

Identifies and differentiates between Celiac disease, non-Celiac gluten sensitivity by evaluating the serum titers of IgA and IgG for tissue transglutaminase, deamidated gliadin peptide, gliadin, gluten.


• Abnormal liver function tests

• Any child with a history of 3 or more antibiotic-treated cases of gastroenteritis while less than 6 months of age

• Arthritis

• Autoimmune conditions

• Ataxia

• Bloating

• Bone disease or loss of bone density

• Diarrhea

• Elevated liver function tests

• Evidence of impaired absorption of fat-soluble vitamins, iron, B12 or folic acid

• Failure to thrive (infants)

• Fatigue

• Fertility problems

• Hormonal problems

• Idiopathic neurological conditions


• Individuals that have a first degree relative with celiac disease

• Individuals that have tested positive for the HLA DQ2/DQ8 genotypes

• Iron deficiency anemia

• Malnutrition

• Multiple Sclerosis

• Nutritional deficiencies

• Patients on a gluten-inclusive diet who have Type I diabetes

• Peripheral neuropathy

• Persistent gastrointestinal symptoms that are not associated with enteropathogens

• Rashes and skin problems

• Schizophrenia

• Thyroiditis

• Unexplained weight loss


Contributing/causal factors

• Down syndrome

• IgA deficiency

• Thyroiditis

• Type I diabetes

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