Lethal COVID-19: Radiological-Pathological Correlation of the Lungs
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dilated peripheral focal pulmonary artery next to consolidation and GGO marked with an arrow (“vascular thickening”).
dilated segmental arteries marked with arrows (“pulmonary arterial enlargement”)
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).
vasculitis (+3.6%) were more frequent in cases with consolidations.