In June, a CT revealed bilateral hilar and mediastinal adenopathy along with a nodule in right upper lobe. I underwent a lung and lymph node biopsy (via an open thoracotomy, thank you very much.:() and the pathology came back highly suggestive of sarcoidosis. I was referred on to a university hospital where they performed various tests including a bone scan, cardio pulm function test, eye exam and blood work. The bloodwork came back with a SED rate of 39 (normal range is 1-15) and a positive ANA. My pulmonary specialist from the university hospital says that this is normal and nothing to worry about. What is she saying...this is normal and nothing to worry about? I would think that these findings would confirm the sarcoid diagnosis at the very least?