Antifungal medication is efficient in treatment of sarcoidosis The results suggest that antifungal treatment is as efficient as corticosteroid treatment against the granulomatous and inflammatory manifestations of sarcoidosis. Additional studies are required to define the phenotype, where the antifungal treatment was not efficient (4/22) and to perform long-term follow up to determine the risk of recurrence. Marjet Tercelj, Respiratory Disease, March 24, 2011. (Also see: Treating Sarcoidosis)
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Antifungal medication is efficient in treatment of sarcoidosis
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