author={Catherine Chapelon-Abric},
  journal={Annales de medecine interne},
  volume={142 8},
A neurological localization is observed in 20% of the cases of sarcoidosis. Involvement of the central and/or peripheral nervous system is generally observed in Caucasians while cranial nerve localization predominates in blacks. Beside these particular elements, lymphocytic meningitis, psychiatric disorders, insipid diabetes, and cranial nerve palsy are the most frequent signs. A cerebrospinal fluid test as well as brain and spinal cord MRI with gadolinium injection is required in all cases… CONTINUE READING