Unexpected Cause of Myopathy in Sjogren's: Crack the Case

06:08 EDT 11 Oct 2019 | Medscape

Dr Paget reminds us to keep non-autoimmune-related causes of muscle enzyme level elevation in mind when diagnosing a patient.
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