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Figure 1 (A-C): Sarcoidosis: typical mediastinal lymphadenopathy. (A) Chest X-ray (CXR) showing bilaterally symmetrical hilar (dashed arrows) and right paratracheal lymphadenopathy (solid arrow) without parenchymal abnormality. (B) Coronal reformatted image of contrast-enhanced computed tomography (CECT) chest showing well-defined, discrete, homogenous, non-coalescentlymph nodes in right paratracheal and bilateral hilar lymph nodes along with subcarinal and left paratracheal regions. (C) Axial CECT image at lower level showing involvement of bronchopulmonary group of lymph nodes bilaterally characteristically seen in sarcoidosis (white arrows)

Figure 1 (A-C): Sarcoidosis: typical mediastinal lymphadenopathy. (A) Chest X-ray (CXR) showing bilaterally symmetrical hilar (dashed arrows) and right paratracheal lymphadenopathy (solid arrow) without parenchymal abnormality. (B) Coronal reformatted image of contrast-enhanced computed tomography (CECT) chest showing well-defined, discrete, homogenous, non-coalescentlymph nodes in right paratracheal and bilateral hilar lymph nodes along with subcarinal and left paratracheal regions. (C) Axial CECT image at lower level showing involvement of bronchopulmonary group of lymph nodes bilaterally characteristically seen in sarcoidosis (white arrows)