|Henrik Samuel Conrad Sjögren|
July 23, 1899|
|Died||September 17, 1986
|Known for||Sjögren's syndrome|
Henrik Samuel Conrad Sjögren (//; Swedish: [²ɧøːɡreːn] July 23, 1899, Köping – September 17, 1986, Lund) was a Swedish ophthalmologist best known for the eponymous condition Sjögren's syndrome. Sjögren received his medical degree in Stockholm 1927 and in 1933 published a doctoral thesis at Karolinska Institutet titled "On knowledge of keratoconjunctivitis" that eventually served as the basis of Sjögren's syndrome. He had one child born in 1934 named Gunvor.
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