Dr. Blevins discusses an interesting case of neurosarcoidosis showing a lesion when it was most active and concludes with a view twelve years later after it burned out. Neurosarcoidosis is characterized by inflammation and abnormal cell deposits in any part of the nervous system—the brain, spinal cord, or peripheral nerves. It most commonly occurs in the cranial and facial nerves, the hypothalamus (a specific area of the brain), and the pituitary gland.
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