Definitions for "Sarcoidosis"
a rare disease with no known cause that leads to inflammation in tissues throughout the body, including the lymph nodes, lungs, liver, skin, and eyes
A chronic, systemic, granulomatous disease of unknown origin which may involve almost any body organ or tissue and is characterized by the presence of noncaseating nodules in the covering of the internal/external surfaces of the body.
Chronic, progressive disease of unknown cause. May cause symptoms in the skin, lungs, lymph nodes, liver, spleen, eyes and bones of the hands and feet. No specific treatment.
Recommendation Melatonin"At least two cases of sarcoidosis have been successfully treated with 20mg of melatonin per day..."
The Condition"...The disorder involves an abnormal immune system response resulting in deposits of white blood cells and abnormal tissue cells in the affected organs..."
The Condition"...Some cases will involve some portion of the nervous system..."