095LU Sarcoidosis with Lymph nodes with egg shell calcification

64-year-old female with history of sarcoidosis, presenting with hemoptysis, with clinical consideration of pulmonary embolus.

There is no evidence of acute nor chronic embolic disease.

There is mildly progressive atelectasis in the medial segment of the middle lobe

Stable sequelae of pulmonary sarcoidosis, including focal areas of scarring/architectural distortion, air trapping, bronchiectasis with mucus plugging.

The mucous plugging in the airways of the medial basal segment of the left lower lobe (most severe portion of bronchiectasis) is improved

Severe three-vessel coronary calcification

Pulmonary hypertension