First Australian cohort of Sjögren’s syndrome shows need to look further than dry eyes

The classic symptoms of primary Sjögren’s syndrome – dry eyes and mouth – belie its many systemic problems and complications. A study from the South Australian Sjögren’s Syndrome Research Clinic and Database has shown almost half (48.8%) of patients have glandular involvement and more than half have articular involvement (53.5%). Cutaneous manifestations such as vasculitis ...

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