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Bilateral submandibular gland lymphoma in Sjögren's syndrome.
  1. N. W. Law,
  2. M. Leader
  1. Professorial Surgical Unit, Westminster Hospital, London, UK.


    Salivary gland lymphoma is associated with Sjögren's syndrome. A case of bilateral submandibular gland and sublingual gland lymphoma, arising in Sjögren's syndrome, is presented. A lymphoma involving more than one salivary gland may occur in Sjögren's syndrome, and there is an increased risk of developing an extrasalivary lymphoma.

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