TROVATO, CHIARA MARIA
 Distribuzione geografica
Continente #
NA - Nord America 1439
EU - Europa 530
AS - Asia 145
AF - Africa 4
SA - Sud America 3
OC - Oceania 1
Totale 2122
Nazione #
US - Stati Uniti d'America 1427
RO - Romania 198
IT - Italia 151
IN - India 95
SE - Svezia 79
CN - Cina 46
DE - Germania 37
FI - Finlandia 23
UA - Ucraina 15
BZ - Belize 7
GB - Regno Unito 7
BG - Bulgaria 6
CA - Canada 5
FR - Francia 4
NL - Olanda 4
AR - Argentina 3
BE - Belgio 3
MY - Malesia 2
TG - Togo 2
CZ - Repubblica Ceca 1
ES - Italia 1
ET - Etiopia 1
IE - Irlanda 1
MN - Mongolia 1
NZ - Nuova Zelanda 1
TR - Turchia 1
ZA - Sudafrica 1
Totale 2122
Città #
Fairfield 236
Horia 186
Chandler 158
Woodbridge 136
Houston 113
Ashburn 92
Seattle 90
Wilmington 89
Cambridge 73
Rome 53
Princeton 47
Ann Arbor 44
San Paolo di Civitate 35
Dearborn 33
San Diego 28
Millbury 27
Plano 27
Beijing 26
Bremen 25
Lawrence 24
Boston 21
San Jose 20
Des Moines 12
Norwalk 12
Andover 10
Belize City 7
Saint Louis 7
Buffalo 6
Las Vegas 6
Sofia 6
Fremont 5
Pomezia 5
San Mateo 5
Aversa 4
Chicago 4
Phoenix 4
Albuquerque 3
Brussels 3
Federal 3
Nanjing 3
Shaoxing 3
Toronto 3
Albano Laziale 2
Boardman 2
Dallas 2
Falls Church 2
Fuzhou 2
Guangzhou 2
Jacksonville 2
Kunming 2
Lomé 2
Ottawa 2
Southend 2
Ankara 1
Auckland 1
Chongqing 1
Civitavecchia 1
Columbus 1
Dublin 1
Easton 1
Fellering 1
Hangzhou 1
Harbin 1
Hefei 1
Jinan 1
London 1
Marina Di Gioiosa 1
Milan 1
Monmouth Junction 1
Muizenberg 1
Naaldwijk 1
Nanchang 1
Napoli 1
Olathe 1
Pathanamthitta 1
Sacramento 1
San Francisco 1
San Martino Sannita 1
Santa Clara 1
Torre del Greco 1
Trumbull 1
Ulan Bator 1
University Center 1
Viterbo 1
Totale 1747
Nome #
Characterization of mucosa-associated and fecal microbiota of children with austism spectrum disorder 133
Characterization of mucosa-associated and fecal microbiota of children with autism spectre disorder 124
Screening for type 1 diabetes-, thyroid-, gastric-, and adrenal-specific humoral autoimmunity in 529 children and adolescents with celiac disease at diagnosis identifies as positive one in every nine patients 82
Neuropsychiatric manifestations in celiac disease 82
Cereal consumption among subjects with celiac disease: a snapshot for nutritional considerations 71
Comparative analysis of diagnostic performance, feasibility and cost of different test-methods for thyroid nodules with indeterminate cytology 70
Diagnostic value of persistently low positive TGA-IgA titers in symptomatic chIldren with suspected celiac disease 67
Faecal high mobility group box 1 in children with celiac disease: A pilot study 66
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Tu1139 Narrow Band Imaging (NBI) Combined to Water Immersion Technique (WIT): Any Diagnostic Yield for Celiac Disease? a Pediatric Prospective Study 63
AUTOIMMUNE ENTEROPATHY IN A 13 YEARS OLD CELIAC GIRL SUCCESSFULLY TREATED WITH INFLIXIMAB 60
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Celiac Disease and type1 Diabetes Mellitus association: a retrospective analysis of pediatric cases in Rome 58
ASSESSMENT OF MYCOTOXINS IN HUMAN MILK OF CELIAC MOTHERS: A PRELIMINARY OUTLINE 58
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Lack of Clinical Predictors for Low Mineral Density in Children With Celiac Disease. 54
Letter: atherosclerosis and coeliac disease - another feature of the changing paradigm? 53
Narrow band imaging combined with water immersion technique in the diagnosis of celiac disease 53
Tu1134 Are ESPGHAN 2011 Guidelines for Celiac Disease Also Suitable for Asymptomatic Patients? 50
Mapping histologic patchiness of celiac disease by push enteroscopy 49
Pediatric celiac disease: follow-up in the spotlight 49
Role of cytomegalovirus in immunocompetent children with severe gastroesophageal reflux 48
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Multi-omics analysis reveals the influence of genetic and environmental risk factors on developing gut microbiota in infants at risk of celiac disease 44
Association between elevated TGA-IgA titers and older age at diagnosis with absence of HBV seroconversion in celiac children 44
Gluten-free diet impact on dynamics of pancreatic islet-specific autoimmunity detected at celiac disease diagnosis 43
Fasting neurotensin levels in pediatric celiac disease compared with a control cohort 43
The challenge of treatment in potential celiac disease 43
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Type 1 diabetes, thyroid, gastric and adrenal humoral autoantibodies are present altogether in almost one third of adult celiac patients at diagnosis, with a higher frequency than children and adolescent celiac patients 40
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COVID-19 and celiac disease: A pathogenetic hypothesis for a celiac outbreak 38
The surprising ‘Coeliac Chinese box’ from Italy 36
Assessment of public perceptions and concerns of celiac disease: a Twitter-based sentiment analysis study 33
Celiac Disease and season of birth in an italian population 31
Maintenance therapy with the lowest effective dose of oral viscous budesonide in children with eosinophilic esophagitis 31
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Assessment of mycotoxin exposure in breastfeeding mothers with celiac disease 27
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Interleukin‑6 signalling as a valuable cornerstone for molecular medicine (Review) 25
ESPGHAN 'biopsy-sparing' guidelines for celiac disease in children with low antitransglutaminase during COVID-19 23
A new double immunohistochemistry method to detect mucosal anti-transglutaminase IgA deposits in coeliac children 21
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HLA-DQ and celiac disease: a novel risk gradient for predisposed subjects 19
Sinovite Pigmentosa Villonodulare del ginocchio nella diagnosi differenziale di una monoartrite 16
Compliance to gluten-free diet: preliminary data from a tertiary care center perspective 13
Anti-Transglutaminase Title, Marsh-Oberhuber Grading and Bone Mineral Density in Children With Celiac Disease At Diagnosis 11
How Valuable Is "10-Time ULN Threshold" for Identifying Villous Atrophy in Screening-Detected Patients? 8
BONE MINERAL DENSITY IN CHILDREN WITH CELIAC DISEASE AT DIAGNOSIS 7
Clinical features of pediatric coeliac disease: A tertiary-care focus on the changing paradigm 7
Anaphylaxis after wheat ingestion in a patient with coeliac disease: Two kinds of reactions and the same culprit food 6
C. difficile and celiac disease: the "difficile" to tell association. 6
Are ESPGHAN “Biopsy-Sparing” Guidelines for Celiac Disease also Suitable for Asymptomatic Patients? 5
Pandora's Box: Coeliac Disease Among First-Degree Relatives of Screening-Detected Celiac Patients 1
Totale 2314
Categoria #
all - tutte 3328
article - articoli 0
book - libri 0
conference - conferenze 0
curatela - curatele 0
other - altro 0
patent - brevetti 0
selected - selezionate 0
volume - volumi 0
Totale 3328


Totale Lug Ago Sett Ott Nov Dic Gen Feb Mar Apr Mag Giu
2017/20184 0000 00 00 1003
2018/2019229 0013 96 75 5428665
2019/2020499 609919 5283 7857 58401915
2020/2021527 41263215 327 342 42187028
2021/2022508 14144518 7227 1951 372010190
2022/2023447 99883476 6677 70 0000
Totale 2314