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Article
December 1972

Sjogren's Syndrome: Major Problems in Internal Medicine.

Author Affiliations

Columbus, Ohio

Arch Intern Med. 1972;130(6):975. doi:10.1001/archinte.1972.03650060159041

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Abstract

This monograph provides a very fascinating review of Sjogren's syndrome. The author has done a great job of presenting the many interesting facets of interrelationship of this syndrome to other disease processes. The bibliography is quite extensive (total of 579 citations) and should provide the reader with immediate access to the literature for more elaboration of many specific details.

It will serve as an excellent source book, not only for rheumatologists, but for anyone interested in the general area of connective tissue diseases.

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