CT patterns of pulmonary sarcoidosis are associated with prognosis and complication of chronic pulmonary aspergillosis or non-tuberculous mycobacteria

K. Katayama (Osaka, Japan), T. Arai (Osaka, Japan), K. Tachibana (Osaka, Japan), N. Takeuchi (Osaka, Japan), C. Sugimoto (Osaka, Japan), M. Akira (Osaka, Japan), T. Kasai (Osaka, Japan), M. Kitaichi (Wakayama, Japan), S. Hayashi (Osaka, Japan), Y. Inoue (Osaka, Japan)

Source: International Congress 2019 – Sarcoidosis: a multifaceted disease that is difficult to manage
Session: Sarcoidosis: a multifaceted disease that is difficult to manage
Session type: Thematic Poster
Number: 1389
Disease area: Interstitial lung diseases, Respiratory infections

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K. Katayama (Osaka, Japan), T. Arai (Osaka, Japan), K. Tachibana (Osaka, Japan), N. Takeuchi (Osaka, Japan), C. Sugimoto (Osaka, Japan), M. Akira (Osaka, Japan), T. Kasai (Osaka, Japan), M. Kitaichi (Wakayama, Japan), S. Hayashi (Osaka, Japan), Y. Inoue (Osaka, Japan). CT patterns of pulmonary sarcoidosis are associated with prognosis and complication of chronic pulmonary aspergillosis or non-tuberculous mycobacteria. 1389

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