- Based on physician diagnosis, incidence and prevalence rates were approximately 6 times higher among women than men.
- Incidence of pSS was statistically higher among non‐Latina Asian and non‐Latina White women compared with Latina women.
- Non-Hispanic Asian women had the highest incidence rate, followed by non-Hispanic white women, non-Hispanic black women, and Hispanic women.
- Prevalence of pSS did not differ by race/ethnicity.
Data from the MLSP revealed disparities in pSS incidence and prevalence by sex among Manhattan residents and differences in pSS incidence by race/ethnicity among women. These data also provided epidemiologic estimates for the major racial/ethnic populations in the US.