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HLA in migraine and coeliac children

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The linkage between HLA antigens and disease susceptibility has been investigated in several diseases. Two different mechanisms are known to act in the relation between the HLA system and headache: linkage and association of alleles. Among neurological disorders associated with coeliac disease (CD) we focused on headache in 1997. From a group of 70 coeliac children, we studied 10 children with headache (3 boys and 7 girls). For each subject we evaluated clinical history and HLA antigens. The incidence of headache was not different with respect to the prevalence of headache in the general population. The HLA setting is not different between the 2 groups examined. However, we highlight 2 cases for the particular HLA setting.

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Tozzi, E., Renzetti, G., Florio, I. et al. HLA in migraine and coeliac children. J Headache Pain 1, S173–S176 (2000). https://doi.org/10.1007/s101940070014

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  • Key words Coeliac disease
  • Headache
  • Children
  • HLA antigens

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