Figure 5. Imaging of 38-year-old woman in South Korea who underwent liver transplantation 2 months earlier, followed by immunosuppressant therapy, who visited the emergency department because of dyspnea, chills, and fever. A) Initial chest radiograph showing bilateral peribronchial infiltration in the central areas of both lungs and minimal pleural effusion. B) Five days later, the patient was admitted to the intensive care unit and underwent intubation because of progressive dyspnea. Radiograph showed extensive bilateral peribronchial nodular infiltrates. C, D) Computed tomography performed on the same day as in panel B showing multifocal peribronchial nodular consolidation (arrows), ground-glass opacities (arrowheads), and irregular small nodules, along with small amounts of bilateral pleural effusion. The patient was given ribavirin and prophylactic antimicrobial drugs and recovered after 10 days in the intensive care unit.