Sarcoid of boeck or Sarcoidosis is a chronic condition, which means it can last for years and may come and go.
The symptoms and signs of sarcoid of boeck differ depending on which organs are affected. It can develop over time and cause symptoms that endure for years. Symptoms can also come unexpectedly and then vanish just as fast. Because many patients with sarcoidosis have no symptoms, the disease may not be detected until a chest X-ray is taken for another reason.
Symptoms in general:
- Lymph nodes swollen
- Loss of weight
- Lung symptoms include pain and Swelling in joints, such as the ankles.
Sarcoid of boeck is most commonly found in the lungs and can result in a variety of lung issues, including:
- Coughing that is persistent and dry
- Breathing problems
- Pain in the chest
Symptoms of the skin
- Sarcoid of boeck can cause a variety of skin disorders, including a Rash of red or reddish-purple lumps on the shins or ankles that are frequently warm and painful to the touch.
- Sores (lesions) on the nose, cheeks, and ears that are unsightly.