Sjogren

Sjö·gren

(shōr'gren),
Henrik C., Swedish ophthalmologist, 1899-1986. See: Sjögren disease, Sjögren syndrome, Gougerot-Sjögren disease.

Sjö·gren

(shōr'gren),
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Painful salivary swellingin patients with Sjogren syndrome presents the clinician with a difficult-to-manage condition, and treatment options are limited.
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Incidence of physician-diagnosed primary Sjogren syndrome in residents of Olmsted County, Minnesota.
Kirsten Sjogren had been doing plies and jazz squares since she was 3 years old, so for her seventh birthday Sjogren asked her mom for -- skating lessons.
Sjogren, chief medical officer of DiaGenic, the Norwegian company that is developing the test.
Sjogren sendromu, ekzokrin bezleri tutan yavas seyirli, kronik, otoimmun, sistemik bir hastaliktir.
To the Editor: Diseases caused by nontuberculous mycobacteria (NTM) in patients with Sjogren syndrome have rarely been reported (1,2).
This is a disease consisting of arthritis, dry eyes, dry mouth, dry skin and dry throat first described by Swedish ophthalmologist Dr Sjogren.
Henrik Sjogren was one of the best known Swedish doctors worldwide.
Primer Sjogren sendromu (SS), kadinlarda daha sik (9:1) gorulen nadir (prevalansi %0-5) [1] bir hastaliktir.
The syndrome, named after Swedish ophthalmologist Henrik Sjogren, is an autoimmune disorder--a disorder in which your immune system attacks your body's healthy tissues.