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Sarcoidosis


Sarcoidosis is a disease of unknown cause that leads to inflammation. It can affect various organs in the body. The outcome of sarcoidosis varies. The disease leads to organ damage in about one-third of the people diagnosed with it. Damage may occur over many years and involve more than one organ. Rarely, sarcoidosis can be fatal. Test your knowledge about sarcoidosis risk factors and symptoms. Learn how the disease affects the body and steps you can take to manage the disease if you have it.

Question 1. Sarcoidosis is a disease that can affect various organs in the body. The disease usually starts in the:


Question 2. Sarcoidosis:


Question 3. Common signs and symptoms of sarcoidosis include:


Question 4. If you have sarcoidosis, which steps can you take to manage the disease?






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October 10, 2014