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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: B-Lines in the study population. Confluent B-lines (arrow) in the inferior–posterior area of the right lung scanned by a curvilinear (3 MHz) transducer (a). Thickened pleural line with multiple hypoechoic subpleural areas' consolidation-shredded lung pattern representing multiple shred sign or C-profile (red box) with B-lines below. Scanned by a liner high-frequency (15 MHz) transducer in the anterior–superior area of the right lung (b). Torchlight sign (dashed arrow) variant of the B-lines in the posterior superior area of the left lung scanned by a liner high-frequency (15 MHz) transducer (c)

Figure 1: B-Lines in the study population. Confluent B-lines (arrow) in the inferior–posterior area of the right lung scanned by a curvilinear (3 MHz) transducer (a). Thickened pleural line with multiple hypoechoic subpleural areas' consolidation-shredded lung pattern representing multiple shred sign or C-profile (red box) with B-lines below. Scanned by a liner high-frequency (15 MHz) transducer in the anterior–superior area of the right lung (b). Torchlight sign (dashed arrow) variant of the B-lines in the posterior superior area of the left lung scanned by a liner high-frequency (15 MHz) transducer (c)