Multifocal fibrosclerosis

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Multifocal fibrosclerosis (systemic multifocal fibrosclerosis) is a term for a group of inflammatory diseases of unknown etiology including at least some cases such as Riedel's thyroiditis, primary sclerosing cholangitis, insulin-dependent diabetes or Sjögren's syndrome. Currently, this designation is being abandoned, a significant part of such defined diseases probably represent organ-specific manifestations of IgG4-associated disease.

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  • IgG4 associated disease

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  • JOHAL, S.S., S. MANJUNATH a C. ALLEN, et al. Systemic multifocal fibrosclerosis. Postgrad Med J [online]. 1998, vol. 74, no. 876, s. 608–609, also available at <>. ISSN 1469-0756. 

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