On the left a typical case of perilymphatic distribution ...
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On the left a typical case of perilymphatic distribution of nodules in a patient with sarcoidosis.
Notice the nodules along the fissures indicating a perilymphatic distribution (red arrows).
Always look carefully for these nodules in the subpleural region and along the fissures, because this finding is very specific for sarcoidosis.
Typically in sarcoidosis is an upper lobe and perihilar predominance and in this case we see the majority of nodules located along the bronchovascular bundle (yellow arrow). #Clinical #Radiology #CTChest #Sarcoidosis #Perilymphatic #Peribronchovascular #Nodular #RadiologyAssistant
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Dr. Gerald Diaz
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