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17 November 2020: Clinical Research

Correlation Between Quantitative Assessment of Chest Computed Tomography (CT) Imaging and Prognosis of COVID-19 Patients

Rongrong Liu 1ABCDE* , Guangqiang Chen 2ACEF* , Yi Zhu 1BCDE , Jing Liu 1ABDE , Wei Tang 3BD , Jianbing Zhu 4ACDE* , Min Li 1ABCDE*

DOI: 10.12659/MSM.925183

Med Sci Monit 2020; 26:e925183

Table 4 Radiographic disease progression by disease pattern.

PatternNo. of patientsMean age (yr)Disease parameters (days)
Peak25% improvementPIT25
A: Obvious improvement5647.4±14.110.8±4.9 (n=56)14.2±5.1 (n=56)4.3±0.7 (n=56)
B: Unobvious improvement1249.8±8.013.2±4.8 (n=12)19.2±5.0 (n=12)6.8±1.4 (n=12)
PIT – the peak to 25% improvement time.

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