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Fossils of the giant panda Ailuropoda (Order Carnivora, Family Ursidae) are largely isolated teeth, mandibles, and a few rare skulls, known from the late Pliocene to late Pleistocene in China and Southeast Asia. Much of this material represents a Pleistocene chronospecies, Ailuropoda baconi, an animal larger than the living giant panda, Ailuropoda(More)
OBJECTIVE To investigate the clinical thoracic images of hospital staff with SARS. METHODS Thoracic images was analyzed in 88 medical workers with SARS, including 394 chest plain films and 9 CT scans. RESULTS The typical signs of SARS are multifocal air-space consolidations, and progress over a day from small shadow to becoming generalized. CONCLUSION(More)
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