Hepatic granulomas occur in a variety of circumstances. Sarcoidosis is a common cause with the liver following lymph nodes and the lung in frequency of involvement. The present study aimed to determine where granulomatous hepatisis caused by sarcoidosis can be distinguished in a liver biopsy from other etiologies.
Recommended CitationGrieshaber, MD, Phililp A.; Jackson, MD, Whitney; and Farber, MD, John L., "Sarcoidosis Cannot Be Reliably Distinguished from Other Causes of Hepatic Granulomas in a Liver Biopsy Alone" (2010). Department of Pathology, Anatomy, and Cell Biology Faculty Papers. Paper 57.