UPPER RESPIRATORY TRACT INVOLVEMENT IN SARCOIDOSIS: TWO CASES REPORT

Francesca Montana, Salvatore Gallina, Carmelo Saraniti

Abstract


Sarcoidosis is a multisystemic granulomatosis of unclear etiology and pathogenesis. It can affect any organ but rarely it involves the upper
respiratory tract. We report two cases of isolated extrapulmonary sarcoidosis observed in our Department.


Keywords


Sarcoidosis, Granulomatous Disease, Tonsillar Sarcoidosis, Nasopharyngeal Sarcoidosis.

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