New data suggest that patients with symptomatic sarcoidosis are more likely to require treatment, have a greater number of organs involved in their disease and have worse health-related quality of life than their asymptomatic counterparts.
From 2011 to 2018, researchers conducted a retrospective analysis of 660 patients with confirmed sarcoidosis seen at a U.S. sarcoidosis clinic. Information on symptom onset, including the absence of symptoms, was obtained through medical records and patient report.
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