Remission of Refractory Aphthous Stomatitis of Celiac Disease with Etanercept

      There are no specific guidelines for treatment of aphthous stomatitis with celiac disease. Such ulcers usually clear with treatment of celiac disease including strict gluten-free diet or immunosuppressive drugs in refractory cases. Here we present a 32-year old female with persistent aphthous stomatitis responding to Etanercept, an anti-tumor necrosis factor agent, after failing other treatments.
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