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Löfgren syndrome is a subtype of acute sarcoidosis that is frequent in Scandinavian, Irish, Afroamerican and Puerto Rican women. It is characterized by a complex of hilar adenopathy on x-ray and erythema nodosum (tender red nodules, usually on the shins). It may be accompanied by joint symptoms and fever.
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