Sarcoidosis Presenting as Dorsal Wrist Mass: A Case Report
Patients with sarcoidosis have an indolent course in which the disease is not detected unless seemingly benign symptoms appear. Such was the case in a 42-year-old man who was referred to the orthopedic service for evaluation of a slowly enlarging mass over the left wrist without prior history of trauma. In this article, we will review the symptoms and histopathology of sarcoidosis with a particular focus on orthopedic manifestations of the disease. We believe that clinicians should be aware of these associations so that patients can be diagnosed and treated accordingly.
Kim, Gabriel; Banks, Willie; Sadr, Bahman; Paal, Edina; and Martin, Jabari, "Sarcoidosis Presenting as Dorsal Wrist Mass: A Case Report" (2022). GW Authored Works. Paper 998.