Sarcoidosis presenting with Raynaud’s syndrome: a case report

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We report a case of association between sarcoidosis and Raynaud’s syndrome. A 39 year old female presented fatigue, Raynaud’s syndrome, IgG and erithrosedimentation rate (ESR) increase, polyarthralgy in which disseminated micronodular infiltration in the chest X-ray and histological demonstration of non-caseating epitheloid microgranulomas led to a diagnosis of concomitant sarcoidosis. Clues to the diagnosis of sarcoidosis coexisting with autoimmune desease are discussed.

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Nigro, A., Iannone, F., Grattagliano, V., Sanguedolce, F., & Lapadula, G. (1). Sarcoidosis presenting with Raynaud’s syndrome: a case report. Reumatismo, 56(4), 278-281. https://doi.org/10.4081/reumatismo.2004.278

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