Acute pulmonary embolism
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Patient details: 68 Years / Male
CT scan was performed 10 days after onset of COVID-19 symptoms.
Findings: Acute pulmonary embolism associated with COVID-19 pneumonia detected by pulmonary CT angiography. Axial CT images (lung windows) (a, b) show peripheral ground-glass opacities (arrow) associated with areas of consolidation independent portions of the lung (arrowheads). Interlobular reticulations, bronchiectasis (black arrow), and lung architectural distortion are present. The involvement of the lung volume was estimated to be between 25% and 50%. Coronal CT reformations (mediastinum windows) (c, d) show bilateral lobar and segmental pulmonary embolism (black arrows).