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Viral infection has often been suggested as a possible cause of Sjögren's syndrome or chronic lymphocytic sialadenitis, and Epstein-Barr virus has been found in the salivary glands of patients with this condition. After we had noted Sjögren's syndrome in several patients infected with hepatitis C virus (HCV), a virus also excreted in saliva, we set up a(More)
This study compared, in patients with alcoholic liver disease, the serum concentration of N-terminal peptide of type III procollagen and of a novel serum marker, type I collagen, with liver histological data and assessed the role of these markers in the diagnosis and follow-up of liver changes. Ninety-six patients (mean age 51 years, 61 men and 35 women)(More)
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