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The predisposition to sarcoidosis is genetically determined, and genetics appears also to account for the variability in clinical phenotype and behaviour. Many genetic loci have been investigated to date, mainly in case-control association studies. However, only a small number of human leukocyte...
Most of treatments for cutaneous sarcoidosis are extensions of the drugs tested for pulmonary sarcoidosis. There are some exceptions. These include drugs given topically and those with high concentrations in the skin. This review will examine the conventional treatments of cutaneous sarcoidosis...
Erythema nodosum (EN) is the most common form of panniculitis. It is characterized by the presence of rounded or oval, slightly raised, nonulcerative painful red nodules in the skin and subcutaneous fatty tissue, 1 to 6 cm in diameter, sometimes coalescing. They tend to be symmetrical in...
Tumor necrosis factor is a potent cytokine involved in the inflammatory process of many diseases. Agents that block tumor necrosis factor have been used in the treatment of various immune-mediated diseases, including rheumatoid arthritis, Crohn disease, psoriatic arthritis, and ankylosing...
We suggest adding an additional type of lesion to the existing 4 types of lesions of the erythema multiforme (EM), Stevens-Johnson syndrome (SJS), and toxic epidermal necrolysis (TEN), namely “ flat typical target ” and call the original typical targets “ raised typical target .” The EM...
Malignancy in patients with sarcoidosis occurs in 3 settings. The first setting relates to patients with hematologic malignancies. It includes the sarcoidosis-lymphoma syndrome, which refers to the development of lymphoma at least 1 to 2 years after the diagnosis of sarcoidosis. It also includes...
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