Chest CT and Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19): A Critical Review of the Literature to Date

Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is a global pandemic. Studies in the radiology literature have suggested that CT might be sufficiently sensitive and specific in diagnosing COVID-19 when used in lieu of a reverse transcription–polymerase chain reaction test; however, this suggestion runs counter to current society guidelines. The purpose of this article is to critically review some of the most frequently cited studies on the use of CT for
detecting COVID-19.

Chest CT and Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19): A Critical Review of the Literature to Date
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