COVID-19: case 3

Radiologia ASST Cremona

57-year-old male patient with fever, cough. No previous medical history. Potential exposure to Covid-19 patients.

failure (hypoxemia and hypocapnia). Leukocitosi. Nasal swab positive for


Subpleural ground-glass opacity with predominant subpleural distribution and consolidations in all lobes, particularly in the lower lobes.

COVID-19: case 2

G.Patelli, F.Besana, S. Paganoni, A. Lenzi, F. Codazzi, L.Di Mare, G.Esposito, C. Sala  

UOC Radiologia ASST Bergamo Est Direttore Dr Gianluigi Patelli 

62-year-old male patient with fever, cough and asthenia for three days. No previous medical history. pO2 97%, C.RP 0.75.

Chest radiography:


Due to the discrepancy between CXR and the clinical examination a CT is performed.

Scattered blurred ground-glass opacities suspected for early stage on interstitial pneumonia.

Nasal swab positive for SARS-CoV-2.

COVID-19: case 1

A. Borgheresi, A. Agostini, L. Ottaviani, C. Floridi, A. Giovagnoni

Dipartimento di Scienze Radiologiche – Scuola di Specializzazione in Radiologia

Università Politecnica delle Marche – Azienda Ospedali Riuniti – Torrette – Ancona

80-year-old male patient with fever and dyspnea. Nasal swab positive for SARS-CoV-2.


Multiple ground-glass opacities associated with reticulations in a “crazy-paving pattern” (clack circle) – particularly in the lower lobes.  Subpleural consolidation (black arrow).

In the coronal view, the peripheral distribution of the GGOs is seen (arrows)