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.