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Fig. 5 | Egyptian Journal of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine

Fig. 5

From: Correlation between age, sex, and severity of Coronavirus disease-19 based on chest computed tomography severity scoring system

Fig. 5

Male patient, 60 years old, was complaining of dry cough and dyspnea and was confirmed to be COVID-19 by RT-PCR. These axial and coronal non- contrast CT chest images (lung window) show typical findings with high suspicion of COVID-19 pneumonia in terms of diffuse multifocal ground-glass opacities involving both lungs with CORADS-3. Both upper and lower lobes have a score of 5 (with ≥ 75% involvement), while the middle lobe has a score of 4 with (50% to < 75 % involvement), so the total CT lung severity score is 24 with 96% of lung involvement denoting severe grade of lung affection

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