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Figure 4 (A and B): A 24-year-old female with Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV), serial radiographs showing ground-glass opacities on follow-up chest radiographs. (A) A frontal chest radiograph obtained on the second day of the presentation shows the area of air space consolidation involving the lingual and left lower lobe. (B) Follow-up frontal chest radiograph obtained at 210 days shows only a small area of ground-glass opacity obscuring the left cardiac border

Figure 4 (A and B): A 24-year-old female with Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV), serial radiographs showing ground-glass opacities on follow-up chest radiographs. (A) A frontal chest radiograph obtained on the second day of the presentation shows the area of air space consolidation involving the lingual and left lower lobe. (B) Follow-up frontal chest radiograph obtained at 210 days shows only a small area of ground-glass opacity obscuring the left cardiac border