Diagnosis, Clinical Characteristics, and Treatment of Sarcoidosis

Diagnosis

    • Diagnosis of sarcoidosis is firm when chest radiographic evidence is accompanied by compatible clinical features and noncaseating granulomas on biopsy, with all other causes of granulomas ruled out.

    • Biopsy is indicated for all patients presumed to have sarcoidosis, except those with Löfgren’s syndrome.

Continue reading