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From: CT features of COVID-19 patients with two consecutive negative RT-PCR tests after treatment

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CT images of patients with COVID-19. (a) 56-year-old woman with moderate COVID-19. CT image shows pulmonary fibrosis in both lungs (box). (b) 37-year-old man with moderate COVID-19. CT image shows mixed ground glass opacity (box). (c) 32-year-old woman with moderate COVID-19. CT image shows pleural thickening with pleural adhesion (arrow). (d) 50-year-old woman with severe COVID-19. CT image shows ground glass opacities in both lungs (box). (e) 59-year-old woman with severe COVID-19. CT image shows ground glass opacities (box) and consolidation with air bronchogram (arrow) in the right lung. (f) 65-year-old man with severe COVID-19. CT image shows bronchial wall thickening and bronchiectasis (black arrow). Vascular enlargement is also shown (white arrows). The two boxes show pulmonary interstitium reticular thickening in both lungs.

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