Published time: 01 June 2020
Authors: Sayan Manna, Jill Wruble, Samuel Z Maron, Danielle Toussie, Nicholas Voutsinas, Mark Finkelstein, Mario A Cedillo, Jamie Diamond, Corey Eber, Adam Jacobi, Michael Chung, Adam Bernheim
Keywords: Covid-19, lung parenchyma, ultrasonography, tomography.
In this article we will review the imaging features of COVID-19 across multiple modalities, including radiography, computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), positron emission tomography/computed tomography (PET/CT), and ultrasonography (US). Given that COVID-19 primarily affects the lung parenchyma by causing pneumonia, our directive is to focus on thoracic findings associated with COVID-19. We aim to enhance radiologists’ understanding of this disease in order to help guide diagnosis and management.
COVID-19 A Multimodality Review of Radiologic Techniques, Clinical Utility, and Imaging Features