Neurosarcoidosis: An Overlooked Diagnostic Dilemma | 18122
ISSN: 2155-6105

Journal of Addiction Research & Therapy
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Neurosarcoidosis: An overlooked diagnostic dilemma

3rd International Conference and Exhibition on Addiction Research & Therapy

Saeed Ahmed, Savita Naik, Suneel Kumar, Naveed Ahmed, Shahana Ayub, Fatima Bilal Motiwala and Rizwan Ahmed

Accepted Abstracts: J Addict Res Ther

DOI: 10.4172/2155-6105.S1.019

2 cases of neurosarciodosis were reported, it is a rare disease, primary care physicians and neurologists have very limited exposure to this pathology, and published data till date is limited to few case series and case reports. There is also lack of enough demographical data of this illness in different regions around the globe, similarly there is absence of definitive diagnostic criterion for neurosarcodosis, and so it is often misdiagnosed and overlooked by clinicians due to identical clinical findings in other pathologies. This paper will review the presentation of two case reports and also highlight atypical presentations of this pathology that could potentially an aid to literature till date.
Saeed Ahmed completed his MD from Pakistan. He worked as Post doc fellow in Psychiatry at University of Maryland. He has received many honor and awards. Currently, he is a Clinical researcher in Institute for Social and Psychiatric Initiatives Research, Education, and Services (InSPIRES) at NYU School of Medicine. He is currently working on many research projects with major focus/interest on nicotine addiction in schizophrenia population