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2018 Vol.36, N°3 - Suppl.112 - Table of contents

Sjögren’s syndrome 2018Title: Sjögren’s syndrome 2018

First Annual Supplement on Sjögren’s syndrome

Guest Editors: M. Bombardieri, S. De Vita, T. Dörner, M. Ramos-Casals, A.G. Tzioufas

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Meeting Report

CER11474
2018,36,3,Suppl.112
Pg. 0003-0013

Highlights of the 14th International Symposium in Sjögren’s Syndrome
M. Bombardieri, C. Baldini, I. Alevizos, E. Akpek, A. Baer › Free to View
Rheumatology ArticleRheumatology Abstract
One year in review

CER11493
2018,36,3,Suppl.112
Pg. 0014-0026

One year in review 2018: Sjögren’s syndrome
O. Argyropoulou, E. Valentini, F. Ferro, M. Leone, G. Cafaro, E. Bartoloni, C. Baldini › Free to View
Rheumatology ArticleRheumatology Abstract
Editorials

CER11304
2018,36,3,Suppl.112
Pg. 0027-0028

Limited efficacy of targeted treatments in Sjögren’s syndrome: why?
A. Tzioufas, A. Goules › Free to View
Rheumatology ArticleRheumatology Abstract
 

CER11303
2018,36,3,Suppl.112
Pg. 0029-0030

Sjögren's syndrome: disease activity indexes! Do they make us better clinicians or technicians?
H. Moutsopoulos, F. Skopouli › Free to View
Rheumatology ArticleRheumatology Abstract
Etiopathogenesis

CER10168
2018,36,3,Suppl.112
Pg. 0031-0040

Increased expression of interferon-λ in minor salivary glands of patients with primary Sjögren's syndrome and its synergic effect with interferon-α on salivary gland epithelial cells
Y. Ha, Y. Choi, E. Kang, J. Chung, S. Cha, Y. Song, Y. Lee › Free to View
Rheumatology Article
Rheumatology Article
Rheumatology Abstract
 

CER10728
2018,36,3,Suppl.112
Pg. 0041-0046

Immune response against the coiled coil domain of Sjögren’s syndrome associated autoantigen Ro52 induces salivary gland dysfunction
M. Sroka, H. Bagavant, I. Biswas, A. Ballard, U. Deshmukh › Free to View
Rheumatology Article
Rheumatology Article
Rheumatology Abstract
 

CER10974
2018,36,3,Suppl.112
Pg. 0047-0050

Proprotein convertase enzyme FURIN is upregulated in primary Sjögren's syndrome
N. Ranta, A. Valli, A. Grönholm, O. Silvennoinen, P. Isomäki, M. Pesu, M. Pertovaara › Free to View
Rheumatology ArticleRheumatology Abstract
 

CER11027
2018,36,3,Suppl.112
Pg. 0051-0060

Detection of human T lymphotropic virus type-I bZIP factor and tax in the salivary glands of Sjögren’s syndrome patients
H. Nakamura, H. Hasegawa, D. Sasaki, A. Takatani, T. Shimizu, S. Kurushima, Y. Horai, Y. Nakashima, T. Nakamura, J. Fukuoka, A. Kawakami › Free to View
Rheumatology ArticleRheumatology Abstract
 

CER11480
2018,36,3,Suppl.112
Pg. 0061-0067

Autoantibodies to ox-LDL in Sjögren’s syndrome: are they atheroprotective?
I. Cinoku, C. Mavragani, C. Tellis, A. Nezos, A. Tselepis, H. Moutsopoulos › Free to View
Rheumatology Article
Rheumatology Article
Rheumatology Abstract
Clinical aspects

CER10163
2018,36,3,Suppl.112
Pg. 0068-0072

Psychological comorbidities associated with subclinical atherosclerosis in Greek patients with primary Sjögren’s syndrome: a potential contribution of sleep impairment
T. Karageorgas, D. Ioakeimidis, C. Mavragani › Free to View
Rheumatology ArticleRheumatology Abstract
 

CER10350
2018,36,3,Suppl.112
Pg. 0073-0079

Prevalence and significance of anti-saccharomyces cerevisiae antibodies in primary Sjögren’s syndrome
A. Alunno, O. Bistoni, F. Carubbi, V. Valentini, G. Cafaro, E. Bartoloni, R. Giacomelli, R. Gerli › Free to View
Rheumatology ArticleRheumatology Abstract
 

CER10325
2018,36,3,Suppl.112
Pg. 0080-0088

Minor salivary gland fibrosis in Sjögren’s syndrome is elevated, associated with focus score and not solely a consequence of aging
K. Leehan, N. Pezant, A. Rasmussen, K. Grundahl, J. Moore, L. Radfar, D. Lewis, D. Stone, C. Lessard, N. Rhodus, B. Segal, R. Scofield, K. Sivils, C. Montgomery, A. Farris › Free to View
Rheumatology ArticleRheumatology Abstract
 

CER10453
2018,36,3,Suppl.112
Pg. 0089-0093

IgG4-related disease: features and treatment response in a multi-ethnic cohort in Singapore
W. Fong, I. Liew, D. Tan, K. Lim, A. Low, Y. Leung › Free to View
Rheumatology ArticleRheumatology Abstract
 

CER11077
2018,36,3,Suppl.112
Pg. 0094-0101

Prevalence and spectrum of symptomatic pulmonary involvement in primary Sjögren’s syndrome
C. Kampolis, S. Fragkioudaki, C. Mavragani, A. Zormpala, A. Samakovli, H. Moutsopoulos › Free to View
Rheumatology ArticleRheumatology Abstract
 

CER11329
2018,36,3,Suppl.112
Pg. 0102-0112

How immunological profile drives clinical phenotype of primary Sjögren's syndrome at diagnosis: analysis of 10,500 patients (Sjögren Big Data Project)
P. Brito-Zerón, N. Acar-Denizli, W. Ng, M. Zeher, A. Rasmussen, T. Mandl, R. Seror, X. Li, C. Baldini, J. Gottenberg, D. Danda, L. Quartuccio, R. Priori, G. Hernandez-Molina, B. Armagan, A. Kruize, S. Kwok, M. Kvarnström, S. Praprotnik, D. Sène, E. Bartoloni, R. Solans, M. Rischmueller, Y. Suzuki, D. Isenberg, V. Valim, P. Wiland, G. Nordmark, G. Fraile, H. Bootsma, T. Nakamura, R. Giacomelli, V. Devauchelle-Pensec, A. Knopf, M. Bombardieri, V. Trevisani, D. Hammenfors, S. Pasoto, S. Retamozo, T. Gheita, F. Atzeni, J. Morel, C. Vollenveider, I. Horvath, K. Sivils, P. Olsson, S. De Vita, J. Sánchez-Guerrero, L. Kilic, M. Wahren-Herlenius, X. Mariette, M. Ramos-Casals; on behalf of the Sjögren Big Data Consortium › Free to View
Rheumatology ArticleRheumatology Abstract
 

CER11370
2018,36,3,Suppl.112
Pg. 0113-0120

The prevalence and relevance of traditional cardiovascular risk factors in primary Sjögren’s syndrome.
E. Bartoloni, A. Alunno, V. Valentini, E. Valentini, G. La Paglia, M. Leone, G. Cafaro, E. Marcucci, A. Bonifacio, F. Luccioli, R. Gerli › Free to View
Rheumatology ArticleRheumatology Abstract
 

CER11326
2018,36,3,Suppl.112
Pg. 0121-0129

Severe, life-threatening phenotype of primary Sjögren's syndrome: clinical characterisation and outcomes in 1580 patients (GEAS-SS Registry)
A. Flores-Chávez, B. Kostov, R. Solans, G. Fraile, B. Maure, C. Feijoo-Massó, F. Rascón, R. Pérez-Alvarez, M. Zamora-Pasadas, A. García-Pérez, M. Lopez-Dupla, M. Duarte-Millán, M. Ripoll, E. Fonseca-Aizpuru, P. Guisado-Vasco, B. Pinilla, G. de-la-Red, A. Chamorro, C. Morcillo, P. Fanlo, M. Soto-Cárdenas, S. Retamozo, M. Ramos-Casals, P. Brito-Zerón; on behalf of the GEAS-SS SEMI Registry › Free to View
Rheumatology ArticleRheumatology Abstract
 

CER11364
2018,36,3,Suppl.112
Pg. 0130-0136

Do I sound dry? Comparative voice analysis of primary Sjögren’s syndrome
S. Kim, J. Lee, Y. Choi, J. Kim, S. Kwok, Y. Park, D. Sun, S. Park › Free to View
Rheumatology ArticleRheumatology Abstract
 

CER11471
2018,36,3,Suppl.112
Pg. 0137-0144

Artificial neural networks help to identify disease subsets and to predict lymphoma in primary Sjögren’s syndrome
C. Baldini, F. Ferro, N. Luciano, S. Bombardieri, E. Grossi › Free to View
Rheumatology ArticleRheumatology Abstract
 

CER11473
2018,36,3,Suppl.112
Pg. 0145-0149

A clinical and histopathological analysis of the anti-centromere antibody positive subset of primary Sjögren’s syndrome
C. Notarstefano, C. Croia, E. Pontarini, D. Lucchesi, N. Sutcliffe, A. Tappuni, V. Donati, C. Pitzalis, C. Baldini, M. Bombardieri › Free to View
Rheumatology ArticleRheumatology Abstract
 

CER11528
2018,36,3,Suppl.112
Pg. 0150-0156

The evaluation of disease activity in Sjögren’s syndrome based on the degree of MALT involvement: glandular swelling and cryoglobulinaemia compared to ESSDAI in a cohort study
S. De Vita, S. Gandolfo, S. Zandonella Callegher, A. Zabotti, L. Quartuccio › Free to View
Rheumatology ArticleRheumatology Abstract
Diagnosis

CER10753
2018,36,3,Suppl.112
Pg. 0157-0164

Serum soluble interleukin-2 receptor is a useful biomarker for disease activity but not for differential diagnosis in IgG4-related disease and primary Sjögren’s syndrome adults from a defined population
M. Akiyama, T. Sasaki, Y. Kaneko, H. Yasuoka, K. Suzuki, K. Yamaoka, T. Takeuchi › Free to View
Rheumatology Article
Rheumatology Article
Rheumatology Abstract
 

CER11020
2018,36,3,Suppl.112
Pg. 0165-0172

Diagnostic and predictive evaluation using salivary gland ultrasonography in primary Sjögren’s syndrome
K. Lee, S. Lee, H. Kim › Free to View
Rheumatology Article
Rheumatology Article
Rheumatology Abstract
 

CER11358
2018,36,3,Suppl.112
Pg. 0173-0176

Patient-reported change of sensibility and pain after parotid and labial gland biopsy applied for primary Sjögren’s syndrome diagnostics: one-year follow-up study
K. Delli, E. Dagal, H. Bootsma, A. Vissink, F. Spijkervet › Free to View
Rheumatology Article
Rheumatology Article
Rheumatology Abstract
Treatment

CER10180
2018,36,3,Suppl.112
Pg. 0177-0181

Use and withdrawal of immunosuppressors in primary Sjögren’s syndrome
J. Torres-Ruiz, D. Faz-Muñoz, N. Hernández-Díaz, G. Hernandez-Molina › Free to View
Rheumatology ArticleRheumatology Abstract
 

CER10968
2018,36,3,Suppl.112
Pg. 0182-0185

Do antimalarials protect against damage accrual in primary Sjögren’s syndrome? Results from a Latin-American retrospective cohort
G. Hernández-Molina, V. Valim, A. Secco, Y. Atisha-Fregoso, E. Guerra, M. Adrover, A. Lage Santos, A. Catalán-Pellet › Free to View
Rheumatology ArticleRheumatology Abstract
 

CER10929
2018,36,3,Suppl.112
Pg. 0186-0189

Risk factors of relapse following glucocorticoid tapering in IgG4-related disease
T. Sasaki, M. Akiyama, Y. Kaneko, H. Yasuoka, K. Suzuki, K. Yamaoka, T. Takeuchi › Free to View
Rheumatology Article
Rheumatology Article
Rheumatology Abstract
Reviews

CER10784
2018,36,3,Suppl.112
Pg. 0190-0197

Association between primary Sjögren’s syndrome, cardiovascular and cerebrovascular disease: a systematic review and meta-analysis
W. Yong, A. Sanguankeo, S. Upala › Free to View
Rheumatology Article
Rheumatology Article
Rheumatology Abstract
 

CER11368
2018,36,3,Suppl.112
Pg. 0198-0209

Phenotyping Sjögren's syndrome: towards a personalised management of the disease
P. Brito-Zerón, S. Retamozo, M. Ramos-Casals › Free to View
Rheumatology ArticleRheumatology Abstract
 

CER11373
2018,36,3,Suppl.112
Pg. 0210-0214

Discrepancy between subjective symptoms, objective measures and disease activity indexes: the lesson of primary Sjögren’s syndrome
A. Alunno, E. Bartoloni, V. Valentini, G. La Paglia, E. Valentini, M. Leone, E. Marcucci, G. Cafaro, A. Bonifacio, F. Luccioli, R. Gerli › Free to View
Rheumatology ArticleRheumatology Abstract
 

CER11475
2018,36,3,Suppl.112
Pg. 0215-0221

Imaging in primary Sjögren’s syndrome: the 'obsolete and the new'
C. Baldini, A. Zabotti, N. Filipovic, A. Vukicevic, N. Luciano, F. Ferro, M. Lorenzon, S. De Vita › Free to View
Rheumatology ArticleRheumatology Abstract
 

CER11503
2018,36,3,Suppl.112
Pg. 0222-0233

The role of salivary gland histopathology in primary Sjögren’s syndrome: promises and pitfalls
F. Kroese, E. Haacke, M. Bombardieri › Free to View
Rheumatology ArticleRheumatology Abstract
Case Report

CER11040
2018,36,3,Suppl.112
Pg. 0234-0236

Primary myelofibrosis but not autoimmune myelofibrosis accompanied by Sjögren's syndrome and primary biliary cirrhosis in a patient with trisomy 8 mosaic: a case report and literature review
C. Lu, X. Wu, H. Wen, H. Gao, C. Wang, B. Yang, Z. Liang, C. Gao, X. Li › Free to View
Rheumatology ArticleRheumatology Abstract
Letters to the Editor

CER10963
2018,36,3,Suppl.112
Pg. 0237-0238

Superior oblique myositis causing acquired Brown’s syndrome as the first manifestation of primary Sjögren's syndrome
J. Moon, S. Shin › Free to View
Rheumatology ArticleRheumatology Abstract
 

CER11383
2018,36,3,Suppl.112
Pg. 0239-0240

Decrease in the ratio of polyreactive IgG titers with IgG concentration is associated with long-term complications of primary Sjögren's syndrome
O. Argyropoulou, S. Gunti, E. Kapsogeorgou, A. Notkins, A. Tzioufas › Free to View
Rheumatology ArticleRheumatology Abstract
Meeting Abstracts

CER11665
2018,36,3,Suppl.112
Pg. 0241

14th International Symposium on Sjögren’s Syndrome
A. Baer, E. Akpek, I. Alevizos; 18-21 April 2018, Washington, DC, USA › Free to View
Rheumatology ArticleRheumatology Abstract
 

CER11696
2018,36,3,Suppl.112
Pg. 0242-0255

Oral presentations
No Author › Free to View
Rheumatology ArticleRheumatology Abstract
 

CER11666
2018,36,3,Suppl.112
Pg. 0256-0332

Poster presentations
No Author › Free to View
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CER11667
2018,36,3,Suppl.112
Pg. 0333-0338

Author Index
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