Diagnosis studies have been focusing on clinical diagnosis of the acute symptoms, mainly pneumonia. The acronym “CT” was the most frequent in the excluded terms. In medicine, CT generally stands for “computed tomography” and is related with imaging diagnosis of pneumonia. In other context, CT may also mean “cycle of threshold”, a detectable amount of amplicon product generated during qPCR. However, the terms “PCR” or “qPCR” were rarely found in abstracts. Curiously, a small quantity of molecular diagnosis was cited and consequently discussed. We are sensitive to this matter, since molecular or antibody detection tests (qPCR and ELISA/CLIA, respectively) are considered golden standard for diagnosis.