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COVID-19 Infection In Asymptomatic Trauma Patients: Report Of 8 Cases

Majid Samsami, Javad Zebarjadi Bagherpour, Behzad Nematihonar, Hamed Tahmasbi
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Abstract

Today, we are involved in the pandemic of coronavirus 2019 (COVID 19)disease. And there are various reports from around the world about the disease. In this retrospective study that performed in Imam Hosein Hospital in Tehran,Iran in March 2020 , we investigated 8 traumatic patients without symptoms of COVID 19 that accidentally discovered in chest computed tomography (CT).


Keywords

COVID-19, Pneumonia, injuries

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