Increased Risk of Lymphoma in Sicca Syndrome

Kassan, Stuart S.; Thomas, Terry L.; Moutsopoulos, Baralampos M.; Hoover, Robert; Kimberly, Robert P.; Budman, Daniel R.; Costa, Jose; Decker, John L.; Chused, Thomas M.
December 1978
Annals of Internal Medicine;Dec78, Vol. 89 Issue 6, p888
Academic Journal
Presents a study that estimated the risk of lymphoma and searched for clinical features associated with its development during the course of the disease. Description of sicca syndrome; Basis of the diagnosis; Clinical findings associated with sicca syndrome; Difference in laboratory variables between patients and control subjects.


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