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Hypothalamic-pituitary disease as the sole manifestation of sarcoidosis
  1. F. G. Lawton,
  2. C. G. Beardwell,
  3. S. M. Shalet,
  4. R. A. Daws


    Hypothalamic-pituitary disease is a well-recognized, although uncommon, occurrence in sarcoidosis. Almost always the endocrine manifestations occur in a patient with widespread disease involving the lungs, skin or liver. A case is reported of central nervous system (CNS) sarcoidosis with no other clinical, biochemical or histological evidence of the disease.

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