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Symptoms and signs sarcoidosis.

Written By SALWA store on Tuesday, May 29, 2012 | 8:38 AM

Many sufferers have no symptoms and the disease is found during inspection menjelani chest images for other purposes jarnag until serious symptoms occur.
Sakoidosis symptoms vary depending on the location and extent of disease:

- Feeling unwell
- Fever
- Shortness of breath
- Cough
- The wound on the skin
- Skin rash
- Headache
- Impaired vision
- Changes in neurologic
- Enlarged lymph nodes (lumps in the armpit)
- Enlargement of the liver
- Enlargement of the spleen
- Dry mouth
- Tired
- Weight loss
Other symptoms that may be found:
- Formation of reduced tear
- Seizures
- Bleeding joints
- Hair loss
- The eyes sting, itch and belekan
- Taste not selesa
Sarcoidosis produces inflammation in the lungs that eventually would develop into scar tissue and ksita, which will cause coughing and shortness of breath
In 15% of patients, the disease attacks the eyes.
Uveritis (inflammation of certain eye structures) causing pain and redness of the eye affecting vision.
Inflammation that persists to the nature of time, will clog the flow of fluid to matadan cause glaucoma, which can cause blindness.
Bias granulomas formed in the conjunctiva (the lining of the eyeball and eyelid) granuloma often causes no symptoms.


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