Sarcoidosis (gross pathology)

Case contributed by Dr Yale Rosen
Pathology

Coronal section through the lungs, trachea and hila in a patient with sarcoidosis, demonstrating extensive right paratracheal and hilar nodal enlargement (giving rise to the lambda sign)

Case Discussion

Coronal section through the lungs, trachea, and hila in a patient with sarcoidosis, demonstrating extensive right paratracheal and hilar nodal enlargement (giving rise to the lambda sign)

Author: Image courtesy of Yale Rosen M.D. Reproduced with permission.

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Modifications: replaced background and made square aspect

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