• Three cases of Sjögren's syndrome, one with uncomplicated disease, and the other two complicated by pseudolymphoma and malignant lymphoma, respectively, are presented. Computed tomography can provide information useful in the diagnosis, detection of complications, and, therefore, management of Sjögren's syndrome.
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