Acute interstitial pneumonia: comparison of high-resolution computed tomography findings between survivors and nonsurvivors.

@article{Ichikado2002AcuteIP,
  title={Acute interstitial pneumonia: comparison of high-resolution computed tomography findings between survivors and nonsurvivors.},
  author={Kazuya Ichikado and Moritaka Suga and Nestor Luiz M{\"u}ller and Hiroyuki Taniguchi and Yasuhiro Kondoh and Masanori Akira and Takeshi Johkoh and N. Mihara and Hironobu Nakamura and Mutsumasa Takahashi and Masayuki Ando},
  journal={American journal of respiratory and critical care medicine},
  year={2002},
  volume={165 11},
  pages={1551-6}
}
This study compared high-resolution computed tomography (CT) findings between 10 survivors and 21 nonsurvivors of acute interstitial pneumonia and evaluated whether the CT findings were predictive of patients' response to treatment. The survivor and nonsurvivor groups with pathologically or clinically diagnosed acute interstitial pneumonia were similar in age, sex, disease duration, and lung injury score. Retrospective, subjective evaluations of the CT scans were conducted by two independent… CONTINUE READING

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