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The radiology of sarcoidosis

D Clarke, A W Mitchell, R Dick, G D James
Sarcoidosis 1994, 11 (2): 90-9
Sarcoidosis is a multisystem granulomatous disease of unknown aetiology. The role of radiology is not only to support the clinical diagnosis but also as an adjunct to monitor the course and progression of the disease. The cornerstone of radiological assessment is the plain radiograph, however newer imaging methods are producing more information in relation to the anatomical distribution and pathophysiology which may ultimately have a profound effect on the management of this protean disease.

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