Sjögren's Syndrome

Sjögren's Syndrome News

  • US of Salivary Glands May Have Role in Diagnosing Sjogren's Ultrasonography of the major salivary glands may have a role in the diagnostic evaluation of patients with clinically suspected primary Sjogren's syndrome, researchers from the Netherlands report.
  • Another AE Identified With Checkpoint Inhibitors Add connective tissue diseases, such as Sjogren's syndrome, to the list of immune-related adverse events that can develop during cancer treatment with immune checkpoint inhibitors.
 

Sjögren's Syndrome Perspective

  • A 30-Year-Old Diagnosis Never Treated: A Case This woman was never treated for a diagnosis made more than 30 years ago. Was the diagnosis correct? Should she get steroids?
  • 10 Rheumatology Advances From 2016 Dr Kevin Deane reviews new trials, new treatments, and other major breakthroughs in rheumatology over the past year.
 

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