When should sarcoidosis be treated?

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About 80 percent of sarcoidosis cases are benign and do not require treatment, but 20 percent will have chronic unremitting disease for which therapy is essential. It is important that the physician identify this group and begin therapy promptly. If the disease is active, treat. If it is inactive, do not treat. Activity depends upon three major tests: serum… (More)

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