|ECR 2018 / C-1476||
|Typical and atypical radiological manifestations of thoracic sarcoidosis with their pathologic correlation.|
Sarcoidosis is often asymptomatic and clinical presentation in majority of cases is not specific thus a radiologist plays a vital role in its diagnosis.
Sarcoidosis can manifest in a variety of different patterns, it is necessary to recognize both typical and atypical presentations.
Similar radiological changes may occur in other diseases(Table 3), hence correlation of imaging features with pathologic findings aid to establish final diagnosis.
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