Symptômes de sarcoïdose

Sarcoïdose est une maladie systémique qui peut affecter n'importe quel organe. Les symptômes communs sont imprécises, tels que la fatigue inchangée par le sommeil, manque d'énergie, la perte de poids, maux et douleurs, l'arthrite, les yeux secs, gonflement des genoux, vision floue, essoufflement, une toux sèche de hacking ou lésions cutanées.

Sarcoïdose et le cancer, peuvent imiter ce qui rend difficile la distinction.

Les symptômes cutanés varient et vont des éruptions cutanées et noduli (petites bosses) d'érythème noueux ou lupus pernio. Il est souvent asymptomatique.

La combinaison de l'érythème noueux, adénopathie Hilaire bilatérale et arthralgie est appelée '' syndrome de Löfgren''. Ce syndrome est un relativement bon pronostic.

Rein, foie (y compris l'hypertension portale), participation du cœur ou du cerveau peut causer des symptômes plus et modifiées fonctionnement. Sarcoïdose affectant le cerveau ou les nerfs est connu comme neurosarcoidosis.

Sarcoïdose cardiaque

Bien que la participation cardiaque est présente dans 20 à 30 % des patients atteints de sarcoïdose, seulement environ 5 % patients atteints de sarcoïdose systémique sont symptomatiques.

La présentation de sarcoïdose cardiaque peut varier d'anomalies de conduction asymptomatique à arythmie ventriculaire fatale. Sarcoïdose myocardique peut être une cause rare de mort cardiaque subite.

Œil

Manifestations dans l'oeil comprennent uvéite, uveoparotitis et l'inflammation rétinienne, ce qui peut entraîner la perte de l'acuité visuelle ou cécité.

Système nerveux

La combinaison de l'uvéite antérieure, la parotidite, la paralysie des nerfs crâniens VII et la fièvre est appelée la fièvre uveoparotid et est associée à la '' syndrome de Heerfordt-Waldenstrom''. ()

Le système nerveux central est impliqué dans moins de 1 % des patients atteints de sarcoïdose. Il n'y a généralement granulomateuse implication des méninges basales qui affecte par la suite les nerfs crâniens. Myélopathie peut être la présentation clinique initiale des intramédullaire neurosarcoidosis.

Cuir chevelu

Sarcoïdose du cuir chevelu présente avec la perte de cheveux diffus ou irrégulière.

Lectures supplémentaires


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Last Updated: Feb 1, 2011

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  1. Judy Moyers Judy Moyers United States says:

    My husband died of Sarcoidosis 3 years ago. The only actual tests that the pulmonary dr.s did was the biopsy of the lungs from going down the throat. He was told that he had bronchitis and allergies and was sent home with inhalants and antibiotics. This went on for about a year. He was going in to work one morning and went straight to the hospital instead. The Dr.s said he would be observed for 24 hours and would be sent home. His oxygen levels kept the alarms going off and him without sleep. After a week and him getting worse, they did decide to do a biopsy from his side. They told me he would be out in a couple of hours but would have to have the breathing tube in his mouth until he breathed on his own. They did the surgery on a Saturday, I begged them to hurry and get the results sooner than they had predicted. He never woke up, the diagnosis was of course Sarcoidsis. We got the results after he was in a coma. The specialists didnt run exrays. About 3 months earlier I had my Internal medicine Dr see him he ran exrays. The report from the radiologist was half a page long and it involved a lot of terms like granulomas, masses, hardening of some parts of the lungs and several other mortifying things. When we took the report with the exrays to the experts and I should tell you that there were 2 different dr.s in the same office that had seen my husband. when the Dr came in he said that it was good news as it wasnt cancer. He said as usual that it was bronchitis and allergies that was the cause of his problem and sent us home with some sample packs of meds. and antibiotics. It wasnt long before my husband died. There is more but it doesnt matter. I just wanted you to know that was out story on Sarcoidosis. I am glad for the research that is being done. I sent all of money that was given to me when he died to the cause of this research. I am glad that some progress has been made.  I dont know that you would want to contact me for any reason. But if you do then my email address is jannmoyers@gmail.com
    Thank you for your time,  Judy

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