Celiac disease can be classified into two categories: Classical and non-classical
The article also mentions that celiac disease is put into two different categories, which include classical and non-classical celiac disease. In classical, patients are said to experience symptoms pertaining to eating problems, or malabsorption. Signs of this type of celiac disease includes diarrhea, excessive weight loss, as well growth deficiencies in children.
The characteristics of non-classical celiac disease are a little more difficult to identify, as patients may not experience clear signs of the disease. The experiences tied to non-classical celiac disease will include mild gastrointestinal signs, chronic migraine, vitamin deficiency (namely folic acid and B12), and dental enamel deficiencies.