Author Topic: ganglioneuronopathy  (Read 1657 times)

inga

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ganglioneuronopathy
« on: January 20, 2010, 08:06:45 AM »
Any one with severe symptoms, should do a search on the term ganglioneuronopathy.  It will bring up a study on the many facets of Sjogren's, focusing on neurological aspects.  This can be a debilitating condition for many people.  Since I can't post this study, just making people aware of this term is the only way to post this.  There are several articles, even one stating that this entity should be renamed, something other than Sjogren's.  Interesting.  I wonder what they will call it....autoimmune ganglioneuropathy?     ....that is a mouthful.

Shows the incredible variation in symptoms and in diagnostic criteria of Sjogren's.  I have seen the same variation for scleroderma.  There seems to be little agreement on what is what in this specialty.  It is like alphabet soup...pick your letters.