A continuing study of sarcoidosis and pregnancy

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      The symptoms, signs, epidemiology, and management of sarcoidosis in pregnancy are reviewed. Experience based on 38 women cared for during 54 pregnancies is described. The disease did not adversely affect the pregnancy, nor did the pregnancy adversely affect the disease in the vast majority of women.
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