Question about Neurosarcoidosiswhat is neurosarcoidosis?
Sarcoidosis is an uncommon inflammatory condition that looks a bit like tuberculosis without the TB bacterium. It can affect the nervous system; more commonly affects the chest. It is a diagnosis considered more often than proved. It is an insecure diagnosis in the absence of a positive biopsy result.
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