- 10% of patients have joint involvement, usually polyarticular
- Most common involvement is acute polyarthritis / periarthritis (Jansen and Geusens: Sarcoidosis: Joint, Muscle and Bone Involvement)
- Usually resolves quickly, but occasionally progresses to chronic granulomatous arthritis resembling tuberculosis but without caseation or lymphocytes
Bone, joint sarcoidosis
End of Joints > Non-neoplastic disease > Sarcoidosis
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