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Novel Coronavirus Imaging Shows “Significant Overlap” With SARS and MERS

News   Mar 02, 2020 | Original story from American Roentgen Ray Society

 
Novel Coronavirus Imaging Shows “Significant Overlap” With SARS and MERS

A and B, Initial CT images obtained show small round areas of mixed ground-glass opacity and consolidation (rectangles) at level of aortic arch (A) and ventricles (B) in right and left lower lobe posterior zones. C and D, Follow-up CT images obtained 2 days later show progression of abnormalities (rectangles) at level of aortic arch (C) and ventricles (D), which now involve right upper and right and left lower lobe posterior zones. Credit: American Journal of Roentgenology (AJR)

 
 
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