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2014 | 61 | 2 | 281-284
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Graves' disease, celiac disease and liver function abnormalities in a patient - clinical manifestation and diagnostic difficulties

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Autoimmune diseases due to probable common pathogenesis tend to coexist in some patients. Complex clinical presentation with diverse timing of particular symptoms and sophisticated treatment with numerous side effects, may cause diagnostic difficulties, especially in children. The paper presents diagnostic difficulties and pitfalls in a child with Graves' disease, celiac disease and liver function abnormalities.
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61
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2
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281-284
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2014
received
2013-10-13
revised
2014-03-12
accepted
2014-04-06
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2014-06-06
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