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There are confluent ground glass densities within both lungs, predominantly in a central distribution, with sparing of the subpleural lung.
No septal thickening demonstrated. No pleural effusion or lymphadenopathy. Right-sided central venous catheter noted in situ. No bony abnormality demonstrated
There is bilateral ground glass infiltrate. The main differential for this includes pulmonary haemorrhage and atypical infection. Pulmonary oedema is less likely, although non-cardiogenic oedema could also be considered