In the world, it is also called San Joaquin Valley fever sometimes. Damages usually may be seen in three days up to three weeks once the fever steps back. Health care professionals recommend avoiding everything that contains sulfonamides and halide. The patient may fight chronic ulcerative colitis for about five years before it transfers/progresses into erythema nodosum. It is dangerous as it may lead to the inflammation of the bowel. Lymphoma is another common cause of the disease. Sarcoidosis is known to provoke more than 20% of the cases.