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Association of mediastinal lymphadenopathy with COVID-19 prognosis

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Title

Association of mediastinal lymphadenopathy with COVID-19 prognosis

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Xavier Valette and colleagues reported a high (66%) prevalence of mediastinal lymphadenopathy in 15 patients with COVID-19 admitted to their intensive care unit (ICU), an approximately 11-fold discrepancy with systematic reviews reporting pooled prevalence of 3·4% and 5·4%.

Date

2020-06-19

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Sardanelli, Francesco, Andrea Cozzi, Lorenzo Monfardini, Claudio Bnà, Riccardo Alessandro Foà, Angelo Spinazzola, Silvia Tresoldi, Maurizio Cariati, Francesco Secchi, and Simone Schiaffino. 2020. "Association of mediastinal lymphadenopathy with COVID-19 prognosis." The Lancet Infectious Diseases.

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