<p>Problem of differential diagnostics of granulematous diseases remains actual till nowadays. Despite the use of modern radiological, microbiological, immunological and routine morphological methods they don’t allow always to formulate correct diagnosis. Use of immunechistochemistry frequently reveals the pathogen, this is very important to elaborate the tactic of patients treatment. In the paper are clinically characterized 17 cases in which clinical and laboratory data allowed to exclude tuberculosis and sarcoidosis. Are presented morphological data concerning mycoplasmosis (4) and chlamydiosis (4). As an example are given the details related to the first in the literature observation of respiratory granulematous chlamydiosis.</p
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