[Cardiac sarcoidosis: improved prognosis through new diagnostic tests and treatment].


Cardiac sarcoidosis was diagnosed in 3 patients: 2 men aged 52 and 51 years, respectively, and a woman aged 55 years. Both men had ventricular tachycardia. In the first man, a right-ventricle biopsy revealed a non-caseating granuloma. The second man had active granulomatous cardiac infiltration, according to a gallium scintigram. The first man recovered… (More)


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