Garland's triad

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In radiology, Garland's triad (also known as the 1-2-3 sign) is the concurrence of reasonably symmetrical bilateral hilar lymphadenopathy and right paratracheal lymphadenopathy seen on a chest radiograph.[1] These features are suggestive of thoracic sarcoidosis.[2]

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