Table. 2.

Symptoms and radiological features of COVID-19 infections

Variable All (n=62) Survivor (n=48) Non-survivor (n=14) P-value
Cough 41 (66) 31 (65) 10 (71) 0.634
Fever 39 (63) 26 (54) 13 (93) 0.008
Loss of appetite 30 (48) 21 (44) 9 (64) 0.176
Fatigue 26 (42) 19 (40) 7 (50) 0.487
Myalgia 19 (31) 14 (29) 5 (35) 0.640
Headache 16 (26) 8 (17) 8 (57) 0.002
Anosmia 15 (24) 10 (21) 5 (36) 0.253
Loss of taste 15 (24) 12 (25) 3 (21) 0.784
Dyspnea 13 (21) 9 (19) 4 (29) 0.427
Sputum production 13 (21) 10 (21) 3 (21) 0.962
Sore throat 13 (21) 10 (21) 3 (21) 0.962
Nausea 12 (19) 7 (15) 5 (36) 0.078
Altered mental status 11 (18) 7 (15) 4 (29) 0.228
Diarrhea 9 (14) 7 (15) 2 (14) 0.978
Vomiting 7 (11) 3 (6) 4 (29) 0.061
Rhinorrhea 4 (6) 4 (8) 0 0.264
Abdominal pain 3 (5) 2 (4) 1 (7) 0.648
Other symptom 0.346
Arthralgia 1 (2) 1 (2) 0
Palpitations 1 (2) 0 1 (7)
Orbital Cellulitis 1 (2) 0 1 (7)
Chest X-ray findinga)
No abnormality 35 (49) 32 (58) 3 (19) 0.004
Consolidation 23 (32) 14 (25) 9 (56) 0.037
Pleural effusion 9 (13) 5 (9) 4 (25) 0.169
Ground glass opacity 4 (6) 4 (7) 0 0.286
Computed tomography chest findingb)
No abnormality 23 (55) 19 (59 4 (40) 0.283
Ground glass opacities 8 (19) 6 (19) 2 (20) 0.365
Pleural effusion 5 (12) 3 (9) 2 (20) 0.240
Reticular or lobular thickening 4 (9) 4 (12) 0 0.930
Pulmonary nodule 2 (5) 0 2 (20) 0.010

Values are presented as number (%).

a)All (n=71), survivor (n=55), non-survivor (n=16); b)All (n=42), survivor (n=32), non-survivor (n=10).

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