A Case of Sarcoidosis in a Patient With IgA Nephropathy

Ayez Khan, MD; Neville Hodges, MD; Mark Lord, MD


March 29, 2005


She improved clinically, and within 8 weeks her chest x-ray changes regressed to normal. Her gas-transfer factor improved, and her repeat serum angiotensin-converting enzyme level came back as 23 U/L. Her renal function remained stable. Prednisolone was gradually tapered over the next 5 months, and she remained well with no evidence of recurrence in the 12 months of follow-up.


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