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Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
User :   hello
Doctor :  
how can i help yuo?
User :   i am wondering what is the first symptoms of sarcoidosis
Doctor :  
Hi i am Dr AAAAAAA
User :   i have a rash on my chest that the doctor said was ring worm but it has been there for about 3 weeks now and is fading but my family did noit get it
Doctor :  
User :   i am wondering if it is pityriasis rosea
Doctor :  
firstly respiratory symtoms occurs
Doctor :  
do you hav eitching in the lesion?
User :   i have shortness of breath a cough without spoutum and chest pain whe i breathe deep and i have swollen lymph node in my chest so the doc says from my xray
Doctor :  
PR consists of scales?
User :   yes it was scaly ring that looked like ringworm
Doctor :   ok, could be sarcodosis/
User :   a little itching
Doctor :  
after the x ray and th eblood investigation
User :   so what the chances of sarcoidosis compared to lymphoma\
Doctor :  
it can be confirmed.
User :   no blood work'
Doctor :  
lymphomas can ocur more
User :   i dont have night sweats no loss of appetite no fever

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