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Concomitant sarcoidosis and a connective tissue disease (CTD).

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Posted 16 November 2013 - 11:21 PM

Concomitant sarcoidosis and a connective tissue disease (CTD).


A significant portion of patients with CTDs and sarcoidosis may actually not have the latter disease and the diagnosis of a concomitant connective tissue disease and sarcoidosis must be made with extreme caution. PubMed, Respir Med, 2013 Sep;107(9):1453-9. (Also see: Sarcoidosis and Connective Tissue Disease)


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