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    Histopathology of celiac disease in children

    Dear Editor,

    We have read with great interest the Viewpoint exposed by Corazza and Villanacci. We must say that we almost completely agree with their viewpoints and comments. We congratulate them for the courage of challenging the over repeated classifications for recognizing the small bowel mucosal changes in celiac disease which have induced and keeps on doing, so many disagreements. A small regretful sentence f...

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