COVID-19 infection is associated with high rates of hospitalisation and mortality, placing healthcare systems under strain. There are many reports regarding the non-contrast-enhanced high-resolution computed tomography (HRCT) features of the lungs during the onset of COVID-19; however, few studies have described the radiological changes and outcome of residual lesions in the lungs of recovered patients. Here, we review the HRCT features of recovered COVID-19 patients at 14−231 days post-discharge. These features can be utilised to predict prognosis and guide rehabilitation treatment of COVID-19.
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