author={Robert P. Baughman and Elyse E Lower and R Du Bois},
  journal={The Lancet},
Clinical characterization and outcomes of 85 patients with neurosarcoidosis
The systemic phenotype associated to each involvement was clearly differentiated, and can be helpful not only in the early identification of neurological involvement, but also in the systemic evaluation of patients diagnosed with neurosarcoidosis. Expand
Hepatic sarcoidosis: clinical characteristics and outcome
  • Christiana Graf, Jeannette Arncken, +12 authors Anita Pathil
  • Medicine
  • JHEP Reports
  • 2021
Abstract BACKGROUND Clinical manifestation of hepatic involvement in sarcoidosis can vary from asymptomatic disease to severe complications such as liver cirrhosis and portal hypertension. However,Expand
Recurrent Vs. Persistent Salivary Gland Swelling in Differential Diagnosis of Sjögren’s Syndrome
This chapter discusses some of the common pathologic entities that may be included in the differential diagnosis of such an enlargement of the parotid gland in Sjogren’s syndrome. Expand
Sarcoidosis-Related Cardiomyopathy: Current Knowledge, Challenges, and Future Perspectives State-of-the-Art Review.
The existing knowledge gaps in cardiac sarcoidosis call for an interdisciplinary approach to both patient care and future investigation to improve mechanistic understanding and therapeutic strategies. Expand
Short- and long-term outcomes after heart transplantation in cardiac sarcoidosis and giant-cell myocarditis: a systematic review and meta-analysis
Post-HTx outcomes in patients with CS and GCM are comparable with cardiac recipients with other heart failure etiologies, and patients with ICM should not be disqualified from HTx. Expand
Single Center Experience with Isolated Spinal Cord Neurosarcoidosis.
The largest series of definite and possible isolated spinal neurosarcoidosis is presented and the institutional experience in managing this rare but morbid condition is discussed. Expand
Symptomatic nodular myopathy: an atypical presentation of sarcoidosis
A case of symptomatic nodular myopathy is presented as a first presentation of sarcoidosis in a young man who required a multidisciplinary approach to diagnose and a literature review of Sarcoid-related myopathy and the multimodality imaging characteristics of the different subtypes is presented. Expand
Validation of systemic parameters for the diagnosis of ocular sarcoidosis
The present findings indicate that the systemic parameters, particularly serum sIL-2R levels and BHL on contrasting chest CT, are useful biomarkers for the diagnosis of ocular sarcoidosis. Expand