A 52-year-old male with no previous past respiratory history presented to the Emergency Department with a 2-day history of fever and increasing dyspnoea. He rapidly developed respiratory failure and was admitted to ITU and ventilated. He continued to have a refractory hypoxia despite ventilation. CXRs were performed on the day of admission (Image 1), day 2 (Image 2) and day 30 (Image 3). A CT was performed on day 31, axial slices of the midzone (Image 4a) and bases (Image 4b) are shown below.
KeywordsGround Glass Opacity Adult Respiratory Distress Syndrome Traction Bronchiectasis Pulmonary Vascular Permeability Reticular Opacification
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