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Figure 3: Consolidations in the study population. Small subcentimetric consolidation (arrow) with associated pleural thickening depicted by a linear high-frequency transducer in the inferior-–lateral area of the left lung (a). Larger area of hyperechoic starry sky consolidation (dashed arrow) with mild pleural effusion (arrowhead) using a curvilinear transducer in the inferior lateral area of the right lung above the liver (L) (b). Evolving consolidation with pleural irregularity (curved arrow) and pleural thickening (thin arrow) (c)

Figure 3: Consolidations in the study population. Small subcentimetric consolidation (arrow) with associated pleural thickening depicted by a linear high-frequency transducer in the inferior-–lateral area of the left lung (a). Larger area of hyperechoic starry sky consolidation (dashed arrow) with mild pleural effusion (arrowhead) using a curvilinear transducer in the inferior lateral area of the right lung above the liver (L) (b). Evolving consolidation with pleural irregularity (curved arrow) and pleural thickening (thin arrow) (c)