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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Occurance Sarcoidosis Transmission/Causes No exact cause of this disease. Some scientistsay that it could be caused by the inhalation ofan unknown substance, genetics or triggered bydust, bacteria, virus, or chemicals. People at the age of 20-40 are generally the oneswho start showing symptoms. People who are whoare of African American decent are also more likelyto contract this disease. General: Fatigue, Fever, swollen lymph nodes weight lossLungs: Persistent cough, shortness of breath, wheezing, chest painSkin: Rash, lesions, color change, nodulesEye: Eye pain, blurred vision, severe redness sensitivity to light Sarcoidosis is the growth of tiny collections of inflammatorycells in different parts of the body. These collections are knownas granulomas They grow in the tissues of the affect body part and cause problems there. They aremost commonly found in the lungs, lymph nodes, eyes, and skin.Because they affect these parts by the growth of cells, they cancreate problems with the function of the organ and eventuallylead to organ failure. Signs and Symptoms Medical Treatments No known treatment to cure sarcoidosis because itnormally goes away on its own. It's advised, though,that regular check-ups and X-rays are done to theaffected organ to make sure that there aren't anycomplications Because the cause is unknown, there is no knownway to prevent Sarcoidosis Preventing Sarcoidosis Granulomas Alain Tarriela
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