When it comes to sarcoidosis, you automatically
start thinking about differentials.
The reason we say that is well,
your granuloma formations,
obviously there's lung involvement
and what other types of issues might
you be think about at the same time?
Well as we walk through here, it is
important that you pay attention
to what I'm saying so that you'll
know exactly who your patient is
therefore when such a patient
is then presented to you,
you'll know without a doubt
that it has to be sarcoidosis.
Here we are with our diffuse
lung disease or in other words,
your diffuse parenchymal type of lung
disease or interstitial lung disease
idiopathic but under idiopathic, we
are going to take a look at sarcoid
Well we finished our discussion
with and looked in great detail
was usual interstitial pneumonitis, and
as pathologist would then take a look
and then clinically diagnose your patient
with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis
Take a look at sarcoidosis.