Multiple CT images displayed with the lung window setting showing typical findings of pulmonary oedema.
Red arrows: Pulmonary opacification lying on the minor fissure, this finding suggests a gravitational effect typical of pulmonary oedema.
Blue arrow: Kerley A line.
Black arrows: Kerley B line.
Red arrows: Thickening of bronchial walls
Blue arrows: Note the sparing of the peripheral lung with multiple central and perihilar ground-glass opacities.
Note the presence of cardiomegaly and bilateral pleural effusions.