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12 July 2020: Review Articles

The Role of Imaging Techniques in Management of COVID-19 in China: From Diagnosis to Monitoring and Follow-Up

Zhen-zhen Jiang 1ABE* , Cong He 2BDE* , De-qing Wang 3BCD , Hua-liang Shen 1BF , Jia-li Sun 1BDF , Wan-ni Gan 1D , Jia-ying Lu 1DF , Xia-tian Liu 1ADE*

DOI: 10.12659/MSM.924582

Med Sci Monit 2020; 26:e924582

Figure 3 CT images of confirmed COVID-19-infected patients. (A) A 70-year-old man with fever (38.5°C), cough for three days, and had a travel history of Wuhan City. Chest CT displayed patchy GGOs with bronchial wall thickening in the left upper field. (B) Local amplification of the bronchial wall thickening. (C) A 50-year-old male with a residence history of Wuhan City. He had his first visit to our hospital on January 25, 2020, because he had a fever and cough for two days. Chest CT acquired on February 1, 2020, showed multiple subpleural distributed GGOs with consolidation lesions. An air bronchogram sign could be found in the right lung lobe. (D) Local amplification of the air bronchogram sign.

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Medical Science Monitor eISSN: 1643-3750
Medical Science Monitor eISSN: 1643-3750