Sjogren's Syndrome

 
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SJOGREN’S SYNDROME CRITERIA
The presence of any four of the following six criteria items provides sensitivity 97.4%, specificity 89.4%.
OCULAR SYMPTOMS: A POSITIVE RESPONSE TO AT LEAST ONE OF THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS:


ORAL SYMPTOMS: A POSITIVE RESPONSE TO AT LEAST ONE OF THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS:


OCULAR SIGNS: OBJECTIVE EVIDENCE OF OCULAR INVOLVEMENT DEFINED AS A POSITIVE RESULT FOR AT LEAST ONE OF THE FOLLOWING TWO TESTS:

HISTOPATHOLOGY
SALIVARY GLAND INVOLVEMENT: OBJECTIVE EVIDENCE OF SALIVARY GLAND INVOLVEMENT DEFINED BY A POSITIVE RESULT FOR AT LEAST ONE OF THE FOLLOWING DIAGNOSTIC TESTS:


AUTOANTIBODIES: PRESENCE IN THE SERUM OF THE FOLLOWING AUTOANTIBODIES:
Result :
Diagnostic criteria not met.

Reference

Vitali et al. Classification criteria for Sjögren’s syndrome: a revised version of the European criteria proposed by the American-European Consensus Group. Ann Rheum Dis 2002;61:554-558.

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