Sarcoidosis

Trends in Sarcoidosis-Related Hospitalizations in the United States

Trends in Sarcoidosis-Related Hospitalizations in the United States

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Blacks experience a significantly higher rate of sarcoidosis-associated hospitalizations compared with whites.

Case Study: A Patient Presents With Recurring Influenza Symptoms

Right-sided abdominal pain, vomitting, fever, and mild diarrhea were all present in a 66-year-old woman with a history of sarcoidosis and hypertension.

Chest Radiographic Screening in Active Uveitis to Diagnose Sarcoidosis

Chest Radiographic Screening in Active Uveitis to Diagnose Sarcoidosis

Abnormal chest radiographs were noted in patients with active uveitis of unknown origin.

Predicting Reduced 6-Minute Walk Distance in Sarcoidosis-Associated PH

Predicting Reduced 6-Minute Walk Distance in Sarcoidosis-Associated PH

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Data from 150 patients suggested that lung diffusion capacity is the most relevant predictive factor for reduced 6-minute walk distance in SAPH.

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