Correction to: Computed tomography surveillance helps tracking COVID‑19 outbreak (Japanese Journal of Radiology, (2020), 38, 12, (1169-1176), 10.1007/s11604-020-01026-z)

Akihiro Machitori, Tomoyuki Noguchi, Yusuke Kawata, Nobuhiko Horioka, Akihiro Nishie, Daisuke Kakihara, Kousei Ishigami, Shigeki Aoki, Yutaka Imai

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The authors would like to correct Abstract and text of original publication as follows: Correction in Abstract Original publication: Their PCR test results were positive (n = 62.5–398%), negative (n = 8.9–57%), unknown (n = 26.2–167%), and other disease (n = 2.4–15%). Corrected sentence: Their PCR test results were positive (n = 398, 62.5%), negative (n = 57, 8.9%), unknown (n = 167, 26.2%), and other disease (n = 15, 2.4%). Correction in text (in Results section) Original publication: The most common CT findings judged by radiologists were bilateral lung (male: female = 78.2–82.4%) and distributed GGOs (male: female = 80.8–83.0%). The crazy-paving pattern (male: female = 41.0–43.1%) and consolidation (male: female = 33.2–35.0%) were observed at about onehalf the frequency of GGOs (Fig. 4). Corrected sentence: The most common CT findings judged by radiologists were bilateral lung (male: female = 78.2% : 82.4%) and distributed GGOs (male: female = 80.8% : 83.0%). The crazypaving pattern (male: female = 41.0% : 43.1%) and consolidation (male: female = 33.2% : 35.0%) were observed at about one-half the frequency of GGOs (Fig. 4). Correction in figure legend of Fig. 5 Original publication: Significant differences between the PCR-positive and -negative patients in CT-surveillance were observed in the bilateral lung involvement (70.2–84.2%) and the consolidation (33.9–50.9%). In the meantime, GGOs (83.5–83.9%) and the crazy-paving pattern (36.8–44.5%) were commonly observed Corrected sentence: Significant differences between the PCR-positive and -negative patients in CT-surveillance were observed in the bilateral lung involvement (70.2%, 84.2%) and the consolidation (33.9%, 50.9%). In the meantime, GGOs (83.5%, 83.9%) and the crazy-paving pattern (36.8%, 44.5%) were commonly observed.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1177-1178
Number of pages2
JournalJapanese Journal of Radiology
Volume38
Issue number12
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Dec 2020

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Radiology Nuclear Medicine and imaging

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