Sarcoidosis is a complex multisystem disease. Shortness of breath (dyspnea) and a cough that won't go away can be among the first symptoms of sarcoidosis, but sarcoidosis can also show up suddenly with the appearance of skin rashes and other dermatoses.
An Atlas of Sarcoidosis: Pathogenesis, Diagnosis and Clinical Features combines illustrations and clinical images of the authors' extensive practices, so that readers have unparalleled access to a comprehensive collection of sarcoidosis images. The atlas is designed to complement and provide a visual supplement to already existing texts on sarcoidosis. Each organ involvement is dealt in a brief and easy to comprehend manner. Various radiographic and laboratory abnormalities are then linked to the clinical features in order to encourage a smooth and easy practical integration at the bedside and to help practising pulmonologists, dermatologists and other clinicians who require a comprehensive visual encyclopedia of sarcoidosis images.
Only atlas of sarcoidosis
Reviews the multisystemic nature of sarcoidosis in the context of clinical medicine
Written by two of the most world renowned experts on sarcoidosis
Comprehensive illustrative encyclopedia containing many rare images
1. The Pioneers of Sarcoidosis 2. Pathogenesis 3. Diagnosis and Differential Diagnosis of Sarcoid Granuloma 4. Clinical Features 5. Laboratory Investigations and Immunologic Testing 6. Pulmonary Sarcoidosis 7. Pleural Involvement in Sarcoidosis 8. Sarcoidosis of the Skin 9. Ocular sarcoidosis 10. The Parotid and Other Salivary Glands and Lachrymal Glands 11. The Spleen in Sarcoidosis 12. The Liver in Sarcoidosis 13. Renal Sarcoidosis 14. Sarcoidosis of the Heart 15. Neurosarcoidosis 16. Bone Sarcoidosis 17. Endocrine Involvement 18. Gastrointestinal Tract in Sarcoidosis 19. Sarcoidosis of the upper respiratory tract (SURT) 20. Sarcoidosis and malignancy