Title: Melatonin for sarcoidosis
Article Preview :

Eighteen patients (mean age, 41.6 years) with chronic sarcoidosis refractory to glucocorticoids were treated with melatonin. The initial dose was 20 mg per day; this was decreased after the first year of treatment to 10 mg per day. Melatonin was administered as a single daily dose between 8:00 PM and 10:00 PM. Glucocorticoid therapy was continued for a mean of 18.5 months after melatonin was started. Cough and dyspnea disappeared after six months in all patients...

Source Citation (MLA 8 th Edition)
Gaby, Alan R. "Melatonin for sarcoidosis." Townsend Letter: The Examiner of Alternative Medicine, Dec. 2007, p. 56. Academic OneFile, Accessed 26 June 2019.

You Are Viewing A Preview Page of the Full ArticleThe article found is from the Academic OneFile database.

You may need to log in through your institution or contact your library to obtain proper credentials.