Garland's triad (also known as the 1-2-3 sign) is a lymph node enlargement pattern which has been described in sarcoidosis.
It comprises of:
- right paratracheal nodes
- right hilar nodes
- left hilar nodes
Involvement of right paratracheal nodes is not 'magical' but rather reflects the ease with which these nodes are identified on plain radiography. Left paratracheal and aorto-pulmonary nodes are also frequently enlarged, but harder to identify 1.
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