Clinical manifestations of neurological involvement in primary Sjögren’s syndrome (pSS). Our observations suggest that a number of mechanisms can be attributed to neurological involvements in pSS rather than just the mechanisms previously described (i.e., vasculitis and ganglioneuronitis). Presumably, specific autoantibodies may directly induce injury of the nervous system. (SpringerLink) T. Gono. Clinical Rheumatology. April 15 2010. (Also see: Symptoms of Sjogren's)
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Clinical manifestations of neurological involvement in primary Sjögren’s syndrome (pSS)
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