According to this study's authors, physicians do not always check for sarcoidosis after Cushing's, and suggest that checking for the illness may be necessary, because it can missed.
Sarcoidosis Following Cushing's Syndrome: A Report of Two Cases and Review of the Literature
Journal: Experimental and Clinical Endocrinology & Diabetes (February 2010)
Authors: Schaefer S, Meyer S, Brueck CC, et al.
Purpose: To determine the need for evaluating patients for sarcoidosis after Cushing’s syndrome.
Results: Researchers found that the absence of skin affections may cause physicians not to check for sarcoidosis after Cushing’s, and in turn believe more frequent examinations for sarcoidosis may be necessary.
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