Sarcoidosis is a disease that is characterized by the growth of tiny collections of inflammatory cells known as granulomas, in any part of the body but is commonly found in the lungs and lymph nodes. In people with sarcoidosis, abnormal masses or nodules consisting of inflamed tissues form in certain organs of the body. These granulomas may alter the normal structure and possibly the function of the affected organ(s). It can also affect the eyes, skin, heart and other organs.
The exact cause of sarcoidosis is unknown, but experts think it results from the body's immune system responding to an unknown substance. Some other causes can be infectious agents, chemicals, dust and a potential abnormal reaction to the body's own proteins could be responsible for the formation of granulomas in people who are genetically predisposed. It may also be a type of autoimmune disease which is associated with an abnormal immune response, but what triggers this response is still uncertain.
Signs and symptoms of sarcoidosis depend upon which organ or organs are affected. Sarcoidosis sometimes develops gradually and produces symptoms that last for years. Other times, symptoms appear suddenly and then disappear just as quickly. Many people with sarcoidosis have no symptoms, so the disease may be discovered only when a chest X-ray is done any reason.
The factors that may increase the risk of getting affected by this disease include:
Sarcoidosis can be difficult to diagnose because the disease often produces very few signs and symptoms in its early stages. When symptoms do occur, they may mimic those of other disorders. To diagnose the disease the doctor will likely start with a physical exam and discuss your symptoms. He or she will examine carefully your heart and lungs, check your lymph nodes for swelling, and examine any skin lesions. Some of the diagnostic tests can help exclude other disorders and determine what body systems may be affected by sarcoidosis. The doctor may recommend tests such as:
Other tests may be added, if needed like Biopsies in which the doctor may order a small sample of tissue (biopsy) be taken from a part of your body believed to be affected by sarcoidosis to look for the granulomas commonly seen with the condition. For example, biopsies can be taken from your skin if you have skin lesions and from the lungs and lymph nodes if needed.
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