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Unusual association of diseases/symptoms
Celiac disease with pulmonary haemosiderosis and cardiomyopathy
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    An interesting diagnostic approach

    Dear Dr Sedat Isikay I read your case report with enjoyment.It was great and increased my knowledge on this topic.I am writing to you to ask what made you looked for CD when her iron deficiency anemia could be attributed to pulmonary haemosiderosis and she had no gastro intestinal complaint?

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