From the case: Pulmonary sarcoidosis

Axial lung window
Modality: CT (lung window)

- “ The differential diagnosis of nodules in a perilymphatic distribution is limited : The most common cause is sarcoidosis (typically symmetrical ...”

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  • Perilymphatic lung nodules - “ Perilymphatic lung nodules follow perilymphatic channels and on imaging are typically subpleural, occur along fissures, interlobular septa and adj...”
  • Sarcoidosis (thoracic manifestations) - “ Pulmonary and mediastinal involvement of sarcoidosis is extremely common, seen in over 90% of patients with sarcoidosis. Radiographic features are...”
  • Lymphangitic carcinomatosis - “ Lymphangitic carcinomatosis, or lymphangitis carcinomatosa, is the term given to tumor spread through the lymphatics of the lung and is most commo...”

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