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Link: Neurosarcoidosis Clinical Presentation

Onset of neurosarcoidosis is most often in the fourth or fifth decade of life, but the disease affects children and the elderly as well. Neuropathy is rarely the presenting feature of sarcoidosis; commonly it reflects a neurologic extension of existing sarcoidosis, usually occurring within 2 years of onset of systemic illness (eg, fatigue, malaise, arthralgia, fever, and weight loss).

 

The full MedScape page by Gabriel Bucurescu, MD, MS can be found at http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/1147324-clinical.

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