Pregnancy and Perinatal Outcomes of Women With Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Pneumonia: A Preliminary Analysis.

@article{Liu2020PregnancyAP,
  title={Pregnancy and Perinatal Outcomes of Women With Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Pneumonia: A Preliminary Analysis.},
  author={Dehan Liu and Lin Li and Xin Wu and Dandan Zheng and Jiazheng Wang and Lian Yang and Chuansheng Zheng},
  journal={AJR. American journal of roentgenology},
  year={2020},
  pages={
          1-6
        }
}
OBJECTIVE. The purpose of this study was to describe the clinical manifestations and CT features of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pneumonia in 15 pregnant women and to provide some initial evidence that can be used for guiding treatment of pregnant women with COVID-19 pneumonia. MATERIALS AND METHODS. We reviewed the clinical data and CT examinations of 15 consecutive pregnant women with COVID-19 pneumonia in our hospital from January 20, 2020, to February 10, 2020. A semiquantitative CT… 

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