Refractory coeliac disease associated with late onset epilepsy, ataxia, tremor and progressive myoclonus with giant cortical evoked potentials - A case report and review of literature

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Population-based screening studies suggest an overall prevalence of coeliac disease in Western populations of about 1%. A variety of neurological problems have been associated with coeliac disease occurring in up to 10% of cases of adult coeliac disease. We report an interesting case of a patient with coeliac disease who subsequently developed neurological symptoms several years later. Furthermore, a literature review of all cases to date was performed. © 2012 British Epilepsy Association. Published by Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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Javed, S., Safdar, A., Forster, A., Selvan, A., Chadwick, D., Nicholson, A., & Jacob, A. (2012). Refractory coeliac disease associated with late onset epilepsy, ataxia, tremor and progressive myoclonus with giant cortical evoked potentials - A case report and review of literature. Seizure, 21(6), 482–485. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.seizure.2012.04.003

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