Primary sialoangiectasia--a diagnostic pitfall in Sjögren's syndrome: case report.

A case of primary sialoangiectasia, which in this case was initially misdiagnosed as Sjögren's syndrome, is described. Other diseases, including HIV infection, psoriatic arthritis, and acute parotitis, may cause glandular changes similar to the changes found in the syndrome. Therefore, sialography must be combined with other methods of assessment of the… CONTINUE READING