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Sarcoidosis of the paranasal sinuses treated with hydroxychloroquine.
  1. S. Hassid,
  2. G. Choufani,
  3. S. Saussez,
  4. M. Dubois,
  5. I. Salmon,
  6. A. Soupart

    Abstract

    A case of sarcoidosis of the paranasal sinuses is reported. Biopsies of the sinus mucosa showed typical noncaseating granulomas. Hydroxychloroquine, which is known to be active on the cutaneous form of sarcoidosis, was used here with success and is proposed as an effective alternative to high-dose systemic steroids.

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