Celiac disease affects the eye through severe malabsorption of vitamin D, vitamin A, and calcium. This can lead to cataracts, pseudotumor cerebri, dry eye, and diabetic retinopathy. It can also trigger several autoimmune disorders which can cause eye damage and vision loss.
Celiac Disease and Alopecia Areata This 'attack', common in both men and women, leads to the loss of hair. It presents itself with several bald patches across the head. In particularly bad cases, the condition can lead to complete baldness.