The occurrence of sarcoidosis after treatment of nodal marginal B-cell zone lymphoma in 56-year-old
Sarcoidosis is a chronic systematic inflammatory disorder of unknown etiology. Marginal zone lymphoma is a well-varied family of lymphomas that makes up to 10% of the overall non-Hodgkin's lymphomas. The relationship between sarcoidosis and multiple diseases was mentioned repeatedly in the literature, whereas the relationship between sarcoidosis and marginal zone lymphoma was found rare. This case presents a 56-years-old man who was diagnosed with sarcoidosis after treatment of marginal zone lymphoma.