[Answer] A nurse is caring for a 9-month-old infant with gluten-induced enteropathy. What common term for this disorder should the nurse use when discussing the infant’s diagnosis with the parents?

Answer: Celiac disease
A nurse is caring for a 9-month-old infant with gluten-induced enteropathy. What common term for this disorder should the nurse use when discussing the infant’s diagnosis with the parents?

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