What other exocrine glands can be involved in primary Sjogrens Syndrome

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What other exocrine glands can be involved in primary Sjogrens Syndrome?

Patients can have dry upper airways leading to nonallergic rhinitis, sinusitis, and bleeding. In addition, involvement of the larynx (hoarseness), trachea (dry cough), vagina (dyspareunia), gastrointestinal (GI) tract (dysphagia; constipation), and skin (xerosis; pruritis) can be seen.

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