Sarcoidosis disease can generally heal by itself. However, some cases of sarcoidosis complications may develop into other disorders of the affected area or organ:
- Major nervous system disorders that occur due to the formation of granulomas in the brain and spinal cord, such as paralysis of the facial nerve.
- Permanent scarring of the lungs resulting in difficulty breathing.
- Inflammation of the eyes that can lead to cataracts, glaucoma, to permanent blindness.
- Granulomas that form in the heart will cause abnormalities in heartbeat as well as other disorders. In rare cases it can lead to death.
- Sarcoidosis Disease can lead to renal failure because this condition also affects the body’s control of calcium.