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Pulmonary function abnormalities in Sjögren's syndrome and the sicca complex.
The frequency of pulmonary involvement in a group of 20 patients with Sjögren's syndrome or the sicca complex was evaluated with pulmonary function studies and the most common abnormality was airway obstruction. Expand
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Tocopherol in Osteoarthritis: A Controlled Pilot Study
In 52 percent of the 29 patients who completed the study a good tocopherol analgesic effect was noted, but only 4 percent of those receiving placebo reported a similar effect, and the difference was statistically significant. Expand
Picornavirus-like structures in acute dermatomyositis.
Examination with the electron microscope revealed many intracytoplasmic crystal-like structures which closely resembled some of the picornaviruses, which may be a further contribution to the concept of the viral etiology of connective tissue diseases. Expand
Lysozyme content of tears in patients with Sjögren's syndrome and rheumatoid arthritis.
Tear fluid lysozyme content was estimated by the Micrococcus lysodeikticus agar diffusion assay and decrease in lyso enzyme production was found to be a sensitive indicator of the involvement of the lacrimal system in Sjögren's syndrome. Expand
Clinical trial of bromhexine in Sjögren's syndrome.
It is considered bromhexine to be the drug of choice in the treatment of Sjögren's syndrome and in patients with keratoconjunctivitis sicca good results in clarifying the mucoid eye discharge were obtained. Expand
Thromboembolism in congenital factor VII deficiency.
An Israeli family of Persian origin was investigated for factor VII deficiency. The proposita, derived from a consanguineous marriage, had repeated thrombophlebitis attacks, pulmonary embolism andExpand