Figure 1: Day 1, Bilateral diffuse patchy infiltration which predominated the right side.
Figure 2: Day 2, Unchanged infiltration in both lungs.
Figure 3: The high resolution computerized tomography (HRCT) of chest shows asymmetrical patchy consolidation. The change predominates over both upper lobes and the left lower lobe.
There are diffuse ground-glass opacities at both lungs without pleural effusion.
Figure 4: Day 7, Decreased infiltration in both lungs.
Figure 5: A. Day 21, Further reduction in bilateral infiltration in comparison to the third chest x-ray. B. Day 50, Significant improvement of both lung fields in comparison with previous chest x-rays.
Figure 6: Day 1, Bilateral diffuse patchy infiltration which predominate over both lower lungs zone.
Figure 7: On day 2, Unchanged bilateral infiltration appearance.
Figure 8: Day 3, Decreased infiltration of both lungs in comparison to the previous films.
Figure 9: Day 10, Further improvement in both lung fields.
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