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Table 4 Frequencies of subtypes of lymphoma in women and men with pSS

From: Long-term follow-up in primary Sjögren’s syndrome reveals differences in clinical presentation between female and male patients

  Women n = 32% (frequency) Men n = 7% (frequency) p valuea
MALT lymphoma 56% (18/32) 57% (4/7) 1.00
DLBCL 16% (5/32) 0% (0/7) 0.56
Follicular lymphoma 6% (2/32) 14% (1/7)
Myeloma 3% (1/32) 0% (0/7)
CLL 3% (1/32) 0% (0/7)
Lymphoplasmacytic lymphoma 0% (0/32) 14% (1/7)
Other NHL 13% (4/32) 14% (1/7)
Hodgkin lymphoma 3% (1/32) 0% (0/7)
  1. According to the WHO 2016 classification
  2. aCalculated when n ≥ 5 for either group
  3. MALT mucosa-associated lymphoid tissue, DLBCL diffuse large B cell lymphoma, CLL Chronic lymphatic leukemia, NHL non-Hodgkin lymphoma