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Figure 12 (A-C): Airway involvement in sarcoidosis. (A) Axial CT lung window image in a known case of sarcoidosis shows segmental atelectasis in right middle lobe (white arrow) likely due to compression on right middle bole bronchus by right hilar lymphadenopathy (B) (black arrow). (C) Magnified axial high resolution computed tomography (HRCT) image in a different patient with pulmonary parenchymal sarcoidosis shows irregularity due to nodules along the walls of left upper lobe bronchus (thin arrow) and an endobronchial rounded nodule (dashed arrow) suggesting bronchial involvement by sarcoid granulomas. Rest of the lung shows subpleural and fissural micronodules

Figure 12 (A-C): Airway involvement in sarcoidosis. (A) Axial CT lung window image in a known case of sarcoidosis shows segmental atelectasis in right middle lobe (white arrow) likely due to compression on right middle bole bronchus by right hilar lymphadenopathy (B) (black arrow). (C) Magnified axial high resolution computed tomography (HRCT) image in a different patient with pulmonary parenchymal sarcoidosis shows irregularity due to nodules along the walls of left upper lobe bronchus (thin arrow) and an endobronchial rounded nodule (dashed arrow) suggesting bronchial involvement by sarcoid granulomas. Rest of the lung shows subpleural and fissural micronodules