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Problems in histological interpretation in sarcoidosis

By R. A. B. Drury


The sarcoid granuloma has a histological structure that is similar to that seen in many other diseases. Some of its diagnostic features are negative, but an accurate diagnosis can be made from biopsy tissues if numerous, monotonously uniform granulomata are present. Histological confidence is often proportional to the number of granulomata seen in the specimen

Topics: Sarcoidosis
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