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  • Dynamic Imaging Changes of COVID-19 Pneumonia at Different Stages #MMPMID34819009
  • Lv XY; Xing WH; Ma X; Xing LH; Zhang Y; Lu YB; Dong L; Zheng M; Yin XP; An WM; Gao BL
  • Curr Med Imaging 2022[]; 18 (8): 869-875 PMID34819009show ga
  • INTRODUCTION: To investigate the Computed Tomography (CT) imaging characteristics and dynamic changes of COVID-19 pneumonia at different stages. METHODS: Forty-six patients infected with COVID-19 who had chest CT scans were enrolled, and CT scans were performed 4-6 times with an interval of 2-5 days. RESULTS: At the early stage (n=25), ground glass opacity was presented in 11 patients (11/25 or 44.0 %) and ground glass opacity mixed with consolidation in 13 (13/25 or 52.0 %) in the lung CT images. At the progressive stage (n=38), ground glass opacity was presented in only one patient (1/38 or 2.6 %) and ground glass opacity mixed with consolidation in 33 (33/38 or 86.8 %). In the early improvement stage (n=38), the imaging presentation was ground glass opacity alone in three patients (3/38 or 7.9 %) and ground glass opacity mixed with consolidation in 34 (34/38 or 89.5 %). In the late improvement (absorption) stage (n=33), the primary imaging presentation was ground glass presentation in eight patients (8/33 or 24.2 %) and ground glass opacity mixed with consolidation in 23 (23/33 or 69.7 %). The lesion reached the peak at 4-16 days after disease onset, and 26 (26/38 or 68.4 %) patients reached the disease peak within ten days. Starting from 6 to 20 days after onset, the disease began to be improved, with 30 (30/38 or 78.9 %) patients being improved within 15 days. CONCLUSION: COVID-19 pneumonia will progress to the peak stage at a mediate time of seven days and enter the improvement stage at twelve days. Computed tomography imaging of the pulmonary lesion has a common pattern from disease onset to improvement and recovery and provides important information for evaluation of the disease course and treatment effect.
  • |*COVID-19/diagnostic imaging[MESH]
  • |Disease Progression[MESH]
  • |Humans[MESH]
  • |Lung/diagnostic imaging[MESH]
  • |SARS-CoV-2[MESH]
  • |Tomography, X-Ray Computed/methods[MESH]


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