Nodular sarcoidosis: an unusual radiographic appearance.


Multiple circular or oval pulmonary densities on chest roentgenogram most commonly represent neoplastic metastases. This radiographic picture may also be seen in other tumors (lymphoma, myeloma), infectious diseases (especially tuberculosis and fungal chest diseases), immunologic disorders (Wegener’s granulomatosis and rheumatoid lung), mucoid impaction… (More)


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@article{Sharma1973NodularSA, title={Nodular sarcoidosis: an unusual radiographic appearance.}, author={O. P. Sharma and Richard Hewlett and J S Gordonson}, journal={Chest}, year={1973}, volume={64 2}, pages={189-92} }