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Figure 3 (A-C): A 73-year-old female with Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV), serial radiographs showing multiple thick reticular lines of fibrosis and sub-pleural reticular opacities on follow-up chest radiographs. (A) A frontal chest radiograph obtained on day 3, of the initial presentation, shows bilateral ill-defined ground-glass opacities with air space disease at both lung bases. (B) A follow-up frontal chest radiograph obtained at day 19, shows bilateral sub-pleural ground-glass opacities with occasional air space consolidations. (C) A follow-up frontal chest radiograph obtained at day 130, shows unilateral thick multiple linear fibrotic parenchymal bands (arrows) in the right side along with sub-pleural reticulations, pleural thickening, and bilateral ground-glass opacities

Figure 3 (A-C): A 73-year-old female with Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV), serial radiographs showing multiple thick reticular lines of fibrosis and sub-pleural reticular opacities on follow-up chest radiographs. (A) A frontal chest radiograph obtained on day 3, of the initial presentation, shows bilateral ill-defined ground-glass opacities with air space disease at both lung bases. (B) A follow-up frontal chest radiograph obtained at day 19, shows bilateral sub-pleural ground-glass opacities with occasional air space consolidations. (C) A follow-up frontal chest radiograph obtained at day 130, shows unilateral thick multiple linear fibrotic parenchymal bands (arrows) in the right side along with sub-pleural reticulations, pleural thickening, and bilateral ground-glass opacities