Sjogren syndrome - Rheumatology

Qauestion:: Greetings, I was probably diagnosed with Sjogren syndrome. It’s still a question and I’d like to know if there’s any test or analysis that confirm this disease.


Sjogren syndrome  is a systemic disease of salivary glands. It’s characterized with symptoms such as:

  • Dry eye- xerophthalmia;
  • Dry mouth – xerostomia;
  • Systemic polyarthritis;
  • Generally, dry mucous membranes (genitalia);
  • Increased size of parotid glands.

Mentioned disease often is related to inflammatory diseases of connective tissues, most commonly – scleroderma and systemic lupus erythematosus. Complete immunology test - antinuclear antibody (ANA) test is conducted to eliminate this pathologies. Also, anti-Ro/SSA and anti-La/SSB. Concurrent involvement of rheumatologist and immunologist is necessary.
For accurate diagnostics and treatment selection, we advise you to visit our clinic “New Life” to consult with a rheumatologist, where a highly qualified doctor, Mr. Otar Zhvania will provide appropriate assistance.

 For any additional information and scheduling appointment contact us at 577 059 900. 

On behalf of National Center of Surgery, wish you health!

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