Phenotypes and therapeutic responses in cutaneous-predominant sarcoidosis

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Sarcoidosis is a chronic, multi-system disease characterized by non-necrotizing epithelioid granulomatous inflammation. Organ systems affected include the skin, respiratory tract, ocular, hepatobiliary, renal, cardiac, endocrine, neurological and musculoskeletal tissues [1, 2]. There is an unmet need for robust, evidence-based guidance regarding treatment escalation strategies in cutaneous sarcoidosis [3].

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Authors: A Paolino, J Galloway, S Birring, P Brex, G Larkin, A Patel, D Sado, F Murgatroyd, S Walsh