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I was diagnosed with Sarcoidosis accidentally after falling on ice 17 years ago, since this my energy level is been declining now the chest
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Pulmonary Arteries: Pulmonary arteries are adequately opacified for evaluation. No evidence of intraluminal filling defect to suggest pulmonary embolism. Main pulmonary artery is normal in caliber.
Mediastinum: There is extensive mediastinal and bilateral hilar lymphadenopathy with internal calcifications. This is consistent with patient's history of sarcoidosis.
Lungs/pleura: There is right upper lobe atelectasis. There are bilateral pulmonary nodules which are innumerable. The number of pulmonary nodules has increased when compared to the prior study and these measure up to 9 mm in size. No pleural effusions are seen.
Upper Abdomen: Limited images of the upper abdomen are unremarkable. There is also nodularity along the pleura most pronounced in the right upper lobe posteriorly