Autoimmune polyglandular syndrome. II: Clinical syndrome and treatment.

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A high index of suspicion should be maintained whenever one organ-specific autoimmune disorder is diagnosed in order to prevent morbidity and mortality from the index disease as well as associated diseases. Further definition of susceptibility genes and autoantigens, and understanding of immune tolerance and the induction and propagation of autoimmune… (More)

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@article{Schatz2002AutoimmunePS, title={Autoimmune polyglandular syndrome. II: Clinical syndrome and treatment.}, author={Desmond A Schatz and William E. Winter}, journal={Endocrinology and metabolism clinics of North America}, year={2002}, volume={31 2}, pages={339-52} }