– Clinical scenario: Patient with COVID19-confirmed infection who, after 14
days of onset of symptoms, had persistent pulmonary opacities documented
on a chest CT scan, not explained by any other known or obvious pathology.
– CT scan: different degrees of bilateral ground glass opacities with peripheral,
linear and perilobular consolidations, some of them with reverse halo
appearance, associated with bronchial dilatation and architectural distortion
Sellares et al, 2002 (in preparation)