Summary of Sarcoidosis
Flashcards on Sarcoidosis
are calcium and protein inclusions inside of Langhans giant cells often seen in patients with sarcoidosis.
Questions on Sarcoidosis
A 35-year-old woman comes to the office because of a 2-month history of painful skin lesions on the tips of her fingers. She denies a history of trauma or chemical exposure in the affected areas. She has also noticed a dry cough during the past 5 months. Physical examination shows firm nodules over the fingertips that are not warm or purulent. A photograph of the lesions is shown. A chest X-ray shows bilateral hilar adenopathy. Which of the following is most likely to be present within the lesions?