The website uses cookies. By using this site, you agree to our use of cookies as described in the Privacy Policy.
I Agree
blank_error__heading
blank_error__body
Text direction?

Lethal COVID-19: Radiological-Pathological Correlation of the Lungs

820 Jorie Blvd., Suite 200
Oak Brook, IL 60523-2251
U.S. & Canada: 1-877-776-2636
Outside U.S. & Canada: 1-630-571-7873
Measure
Measure
Related Notes
Get a free MyMarkup account to save this article and view it later on any device.
Create account

End User License Agreement

Summary | 4 Annotations
dilated peripheral focal pulmonary artery next to consolidation and GGO marked with an arrow (“vascular thickening”).
2020/11/21 18:58
dilated segmental arteries marked with arrows (“pulmonary arterial enlargement”)
2020/11/21 18:58
Patients with consolidations (n=11) on CT showed a shorter time to death (2.7 days) compared to those without (n=3; 7.3 days).
2020/11/21 18:59
vasculitis (+3.6%) were more frequent in cases with consolidations.
2020/11/21 18:59