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Figure 2 (A-C): A 33-year-old female with Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV), serial radiographs showing multiple irregular reticular lines of fibrosis on follow-up chest radiographs. The rest of the lung is completely free of any irregular reticular lines of fibrosis (A) Frontal chest radiograph obtained on the initial presentation shows the area of ground-glass opacity at the right cardio-phrenic angle. (B) A follow-up frontal chest radiograph obtained at day 20, shows bilateral diffuse ground-glass opacities with occasional airspace consolidations. (C) A follow-up frontal chest radiograph obtained at day 230, shows bilateral multiple irregular reticular lines of fibrosis (arrows)

Figure 2 (A-C): A 33-year-old female with Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV), serial radiographs showing multiple irregular reticular lines of fibrosis on follow-up chest radiographs. The rest of the lung is completely free of any irregular reticular lines of fibrosis (A) Frontal chest radiograph obtained on the initial presentation shows the area of ground-glass opacity at the right cardio-phrenic angle. (B) A follow-up frontal chest radiograph obtained at day 20, shows bilateral diffuse ground-glass opacities with occasional airspace consolidations. (C) A follow-up frontal chest radiograph obtained at day 230, shows bilateral multiple irregular reticular lines of fibrosis (arrows)