A 42-year-old African-American woman presents to the clinic because of dyspnea that worsens over the last 6 months. She has no fever, chest pain or loss of weight. The patient works as a preschool teacher. Physical examination is unremarkable. Chest x-ray shows bilateral hilar lymphadenopathy.
What is the most likely diagnosis?
This patient has a typical presentation of sarcoidosis. She is an African American. There is dyspnea and no fever, pain or loss of weight. X-ray is also typical for sarcoidosis.
The correct answer is C