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Diagnosing Sarcoidosis

Because the symptoms may occur in other diseases and there is no single lab test that can diagnose the disease, diagnosis of sarcoidosis may be difficult. Further, determining the presence of granulomas isn’t enough, as they do not differ from granulomas that occur in other diseases. Diagnosis is typically achieved following a careful evaluation by clinicians with experience in diagnosis, and often includes the following tests:

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The Program will facilitate evaluation by pulmonary, cardiology, dermatology, ophthalmology, rheumatology, and neurology sub-specialists, all of whom are specially trained in the treatment of sarcoidosis.