Gammapatía monoclonal IgG Kappa asociada al síndrome de Sjögren: A propósito de un caso

@article{Gonzlez2000GammapataMI,
  title={Gammapat{\'i}a monoclonal IgG Kappa asociada al s{\'i}ndrome de Sj{\"o}gren: A prop{\'o}sito de un caso},
  author={J. Elvira Gonz{\'a}lez and N. Chozas Candanedo and Fern{\'a}ndez Var{\'o}},
  journal={Anales De Medicina Interna},
  year={2000},
  volume={17},
  pages={49-50}
}
El síndrome de Sjögren (SS) es una enfermedad autoinmune crónica caracterizada fundamentalmente por la disminución de secreción salival y lacrimal secundarias a la invasión linfocítica de las glándulas exocrinas (1). Existen formas primarias y formas asociadas a otras entidades, fundamentalmente colagenosis. Desde un punto de vista inmunológico en esta enfermedad se detecta una marcada activación de los linfocitos B de carácter policlon a l . Presentamos a continuación un caso de SS secundario… 

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