Case Report - Journal of Dermatology Research and Skin Care (2020) Volume 4, Issue 2
Cutaneous sarcoidosis without systemic involvement: A modest face of the great imitator.
Sarcoidosis is a systemic inflammatory disease characterized by non-caseating granulomas of multiple organs in the body resulting in a myriad of symptoms. Amidst the unpredictable, multisystem presentation of this disease, cutaneous symptoms that develop early in the course of the disease, acquire a particular significance as a source of timely and early diagnosis. Here we describe a case of a fifty-fiveyear-old lady with sarcoidosis that manifested as an isolated cutaneous disorder. This article not only reports this occurrence that has been rarely reported in literature but also reviews the cutaneous manifestations of sarcoidosis relevant to the dermatologist.Author(s): Ghazala Butt, Aimen Maqsood, M Arsalan Ibrahim, Muhammad Umer Mukhtar, Muhammad Uzair, Uzma Malik