Sarcoidosis can affect all organs and may mimic a variety of other diseases. In the absence of typical pulmonary features, extrapulmonary manifestations may be difficult to diagnose. We describe here the very uncommon case of a patient with mild pulmonal involvement but distinct renal, bone marrow and lymph node sarcoidosis. Treatment with glucocorticoids significantly improved kidney function and normalized serum calcium levels as well as the blood count. This case underscores the importance of sarcoidosis to be considered as a differential diagnosis of renal failure associated with hypercalcaemia and nephrocalcinosis. Bone marrow involvement should always be suspected if mono-, bi-or pancytopaenia coexist.