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 Let me share two CXR of a Patient with COVID19, note the peripheral consolidation in the initial CXR and see the CXR done 8-10 days later with extensive bilateral peripheral consolidation. 

 For the medical students and residents following this page please note The most frequent CXR findings are airspace opacities, consolidation or ground glass opacities. The distribution is most often bilateral, peripheral, and lower zone predominant. Pleural effusion is rare.

CXR in COVID19 Reviewed by Sumer Sethi on Friday, September 11, 2020 Rating: 5

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