Clinical Forum

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Tuesday, June 23
08.30 - 08.50 Introduction; Keynote lecture
  What celiac patients expect from experts and community
Deutsch H (Austria)
08.50 - 10.10 Fundamental issues
Chairs: Koning F, Guandalini S
20 min Celiac disease  in childhood and adults: 2014
Koning F (The Netherlands)
20 min New view on celiac iceberg – the „Prague“ definition 2015
Ludvigsson JF (Sweden)
20 min Pathogenesis of celiac disease: orchestration of genetic and enviromental factors
Catassi C (Italy)
20 min Progress in diagnosis: Pitfalls in the ESPGAN-work-up
Husby S (Denmark)
10.10 - 10.30 Coffee break
10.30 - 12.00 Behind the intestine
Chairs: Ulčová-Gallová Z, Kaukinen K
20 min Skin manifestation of celiac disease: not only dermatitis herpetiformis
Kaukinen K (Finland)
20 min Celiac disease and autoimunity associated conditions in reproductive tract and other organs
Ulčová-Gallová Z (Czech Republic)
20 min Bone Alterations in Celiac Disease
Di Stefano M (Italy)
20 min Psychiatry and neurology
Hadjivassiliou M (UK)
10 min Do extra intestinal manifestations of celiac disease improve on GFD?
Sansotta N (USA)
12.00 - 13.30 Lunch
13.30 - 15.10 Behind the intestine
Chairs: Lundin K, Bureš J
20 min Celiac disease nd malignancies
Sanders DS (UK)
20 min Could we prevent celiac disease and associated autoimunity?
Troncone R (Italy)
20 min Eosinophil disease of GIT
Bouma G (The Netherlands)
20 min Other non-coeliac enteropathies
Bureš J (Czech Republi)
20 min Non celiac gluten sensitivity
Lundin K (Norway)
15.10 - 15.30 Coffee break
15.30 - 17.10 CD: Management: Current approaches and perspectives
Chairs: Gibson PR, Sollid LM
20 min Early diagnosis and prevention of CD - Is its relevance appraised in practice?
Frič P (Czech Republic)
20 min FODMAP:  Non-nutritional effects of food
Gibson PR (Australia)
20 min Towards optimal gluten-free diet
Welstead L (USA)
20 min Progress in non-dietary therapies
Sollid LM (Norway)
20 min How to measure the response to gluten in clinical trials
Schuppan D (Germany)