Gastroenterology

Allergic, autoimmune diseases linked to functional GI disorders



Patients with allergic or autoimmune diseases are at higher risk for functional gastrointestinal disorders independent of psychological distress, according to research published in Alimentary Pharmacology & Therapeutics.
Nicholas J. Talley, MD, PhD, of the faculty of health & medicine at the University of Newcastle in Australia, and colleagues wrote that immune activation appears to be a significant factor in the development of FGIDs.
“Evidence for innate immune activation in the mucosa in [irritable bowel syndrome] and [functional dyspepsia] has been observed, but the prevalence

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