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Systemic sarcoidosis with caseating granuloma
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    Diagnosing Sarcoidosis: Still a challenge

    Sarcoidosis most of the times mimics tuberculosis symptomatically as well as radiologically and poses diagnostic dilemma. It is nice to see case report on Sarcoidosis with caseating granuloma as biopsy usually differentiate it from tuberculosis as tuberculosis produces caseating granuloma and sarcoidosis non caseating type. Anergy produced by sarcoidosis can lead to loss of induration in PPD testing. As bronchoscopy was...

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