Ground Glass Opacities (GGO)

Ground glass (GGO) pattern is the most common finding in COVID-19 infections.
They are usually multifocal, bilateral and peripheral, but in the early phase of the disease the GGO may present as a unifocal lesion, most commonly located in the inferior lobe of the right lung (6).
CT-images of a young male, who had fever for ten days with progressive coughing and shortness of breath.
Saturation at admission was 66%.

The PCR test was positive for COVID-19.

There are widespread bilateral ground-glass opacities with a posterior predominance.