Comorbidity in primary Sjögren's patients in the U.S. and EU 2015

This statistic displays the percentage of primary Sjögren's patients in the U.S. and the EU with comorbidities, as of 2015. Some 28 percent of primary Sjögren's patients in the U.S. and EU had some thyroid disease as well. Sjögren's syndrome is characterized by a person's white blood cells attacking moisture-producing glands which can cause dry eyes and mouth, as well as fatigue and joint pains. This condition is considered a chronic autoimmune disease.

Prevalence of comorbidities among Sjögren syndrome patients in the U.S. and the EU as of 2015

Percentage of primary Sjögren's patients
Depression53%
Thyroid disease28%
Raynaud's disease25%
Diabetes10%
Lymphoma5%
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Source

Release date

February 2015

Region

United States, EU

Survey time period

As of 2015

Age group

20 years and older

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