Patients With COVID-19 Have Distinct Markings in Their Lungs, New Study Finds

March 31, 2020 by Mandy Qualls

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Last modified March 31, 2020

Patients in China with COVID-19 showed distinct patterns in their lungs that became more defined within a few of days of disease onset, according to two cardiothoracic radiologists at the Mount Sinai Health System, who were the first in the nation to examine the CT scans of Chinese patients with the coronavirus.

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