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Question Calcification on sarcoidosis?

Q. Calcification in the peri hilar lymph nodes of a patient with Sarcoidosis is what kind of calcification?

A. Metastatic
B. Dysmorphic
C. Cystic
D. Pappilary
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Metastatic calcification
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Q. Calcification in the peri hilar lymph nodes of a patient with Sarcoidosis is what kind of calcification?

A. Metastatic
B. Dysmorphic
C. Cystic
D. Pappilary
metastatic associated with hypercalcemia due to realease of alpha1 hydroxlase which causes vitD activation
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Yes its metastatic calcification
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Q. Calcification in the peri hilar lymph nodes of a patient with Sarcoidosis is what kind of calcification?

A. Metastatic
B. Dysmorphic
C. Cystic
D. Pappilary
what do you guys think is correct here?
never heard of cystic & papillary calcification befor but it shouldnt be A or B since the calcium is produced by the lesion itself
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