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Figure 2: The second patient, a 58 year old female, known case of gastric adenocarcinoma with bone metastases, underwent fluorodeoxyglucose positron emission tomography-computed tomography (a) for chemotherapy response. Bilateral lung mildly fluorodeoxyglucose avid ground glass opacities with few focal subpleural consolidations (b and c, arrows) were seen, raising suspicion of corona virus disease 2019 pneumonia. Non fluorodeoxyglucose avid calcified mediastinal and hilar nodes were seen (d, bold arrows), sequel of prior granulomatous infection. Bilateral mild pleural effusion was also seen (b and c, *). Also seen were residual mildly fluorodeoxyglucose avid sclerotic bone metastases (e)

Figure 2: The second patient, a 58 year old female, known case of gastric adenocarcinoma with bone metastases, underwent fluorodeoxyglucose positron emission tomography-computed tomography (a) for chemotherapy response. Bilateral lung mildly fluorodeoxyglucose avid ground glass opacities with few focal subpleural consolidations (b and c, arrows) were seen, raising suspicion of corona virus disease 2019 pneumonia. Non fluorodeoxyglucose avid calcified mediastinal and hilar nodes were seen (d, bold arrows), sequel of prior granulomatous infection. Bilateral mild pleural effusion was also seen (b and c, *). Also seen were residual mildly fluorodeoxyglucose avid sclerotic bone metastases (e)