Case 1 - 61 year old, female

This is a confirmed case of coronavirus infection from China, sent to our e-mail, from an authenticated source. We thank Wenzhou Medical University for sharing this case.
It is a 61 year-old female patient. We asked Dr. Rodrigo Caruso Chate (https://br.linkedin.com/in/rodrigo-caruso-chate-42a98916a), chest radiologist in Brazil, to write some comments about this case, here is what he wrote:
"In this case, CT images demonstrate multiple ground-glass opacities, some of them with reticulation, and small foci of consolidation involving all pulmonary lobes, with predominant distribution in the posterior and peripheral parts of the lungs, especially in the lower lobes, where most of the opacities spare the immediate subpleural parts of the parenchyma (subpleural sparing)."

Case 2 - 47 year old, male

This is a confirmed case of coronavirus infection from China, sent to our e-mail, from an authenticated source. We thank Wenzhou Medical University for sharing this case.
It’s a 47 year-old male patient. We asked Dr. Caruso, chest radiologist in Brazil, to write some comments about this case. Here is what he wrote:
"In this case, CT images show multiple foci of ground-glass opacities involving all pulmonary lobes, some of them associated with fine reticulation, with predominant distribution in the upper and middle lung zones, where part of the opacities are peripheral and other have a peribronchovascular distribution."

Case 3 - 50 year old, male

This is a confirmed case of coronavirus infection from China, sent to our e-mail, from an authenticated source. We thank Wenzhou Medical University for sharing this case.
It’s a 50 year-old male patient. We asked Dr. Caruso, chest radiologist in Brazil, to write some comments about this case. Here is what he wrote:
"In this case, CT images reveal multiple ground-glass opacities, most of them with reticulation and some associated with small foci of consolidation with air bronchograms involving all pulmonary lobes, with predominant distribution in the posterior and peripheral parts of the lungs, mainly in the lower lobes, where there is more extensive involvement of the parenchyma."

Case 4 - 41 year old, male

This is a confirmed case of coronavirus infection from China, sent to our e-mail, from an authenticated source. We thank Wenzhou Medical University for sharing this case.
It’s a 41 year-old male patient. Dr. Caruso wrote:
"CT images demonstrate ground-glass opacities with fine reticulation and some linear opacities concentrated in the left lower lobe, with predominant peripheral distribution. The other pulmonary lobes are preserved in this case."

Case 5 - 46 year old, male

This is a confirmed case of coronavirus infection from China, sent to our e-mail, from an authenticated source. We thank Wenzhou Medical University for sharing this case.
It's a 46 year-old male patient. Dr. Caruso wrote:
"CT images show ground-glass opacities associated with small foci of consolidation in the right lower lobe, with predominant peripheral distribution. As we had already seen in the previous case, the opacities are concentrated in a single lobe, differently from what has been described in recent series, in which the involvement of multiple lobes in both lungs seems to be more frequent."

Case 6 - 32 year old, male

This is a confirmed case of coronavirus infection from China, sent to our e-mail, from an authenticated source. We thank Wenzhou Medical University for sharing this case.
It’s a 32 year-old male patient.Dr. Caruso wrote:
"In this case, CT images reveal ground-glass opacities with reticulation and small foci of consolidation with predominant peripheral and posterior distribution in the right lower lobe. Another patient in whom the opacities are concentrated in a single lobe."

Case 7 - 41 year old, female

This is a confirmed case of coronavirus infection from China, sent to our e-mail, from an authenticated source. We thank Wenzhou Medical University for sharing this case.
It's a 41 year-old female patient. Dr. Caruso wrote:
"In this case, CT images demonstrate multiple ground-glass opacities with reticulation and some foci of consolidation involving almost all pulmonary lobes (just sparing the right upper lobe), again with predominant distribution in the posterior and peripheral parts of the parenchyma, as has been described in some recent series."

Case 8 - 34 year old, male

This is a confirmed case of coronavirus infection from China, sent to our e-mail, from an authenticated source. We thank Wenzhou Medical University for sharing this case.
It's a 34 year-old male patient. Dr. Caruso wrote:
"In this case, CT images show multiple ground-glass opacities with fine reticulation involving all pulmonary lobes, with predominant distribution in the posterior and peripheral parts of the lungs, especially in the lower lobes, where some of the opacities outline the 'reversed halo sign', what can reflect areas of organizing pneumonia."

Case 9 - 64 year old, female

This is a confirmed case of coronavirus infection from China, sent to our e-mail, from an authenticated source. We thank Wenzhou Medical University for sharing this case.
It's a 64 year-old female patient. Dr. Caruso wrote:
"CT images reveal ground-glass opacities on the periphery of the apical and anterior segments of the right upper lobe, as well as in the right lower lobe, where some atelectasis can also be seen. There are other subtle ground-glass opacities in the right middle lobe and lingula."

Case 10 - 55 year old, female

This is a confirmed case of coronavirus infection from China, sent to our e-mail, from an authenticated source. We thank Wenzhou Medical University for sharing this case.
It’s a 55 year-old female patient. Dr. Caruso wrote:
"CT images demonstrate multiple ground-glass opacities with reticulation and small foci of consolidation involving all pulmonary lobes, with predominant distribution in the posterior and peripheral parts of the lungs. There is an opacity in the lateral aspect of the right upper lobe which outline the "reversed halo sign", what can reflect an area of organizing pneumonia."

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