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This book answers questions about the critical role of ultrasound in the management of patients with Sjogren's syndrome. It also covers developments rheumatologists can foresee in performing a biopsy of the parotid gland.Each chapter is authored by experts on this condition, emphasizing the extent of current understanding and dealing with unanswered challenges and pitfalls. Topics such as modern imaging techniques like ultrasound and MRI and their importance are given particular focus in this book; practitioners are increasingly using imaging techniques to refine diagnosis and guide clinical management. Additionally, as a significant emerging point of interest in the field, biopsy of the major salivary glands, particularly ultrasound-guided procedures, receives extra attention within the text. The book also includes a chapter that deals with future directions and will also review the challenges patients face with unmanaged Sjgren's syndrome.Comprehensive and concise, Sjgren's Syndrome and the Salivary Glands provides a balanced overview between the chapters and ensure homogeneity of the terminology.