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What are ground glass opacities?

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Ground-glass opacities are abnormal findings on a CT scan of the lungs. They are hazy areas that do not obscure the underlying structures of the lung, such as the bronchial airways and blood vessels. They are found in people with various lung conditions and have been seen in people with COVID-19.

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Reviewed by Michael W. Smith on June 29, 2020

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Reviewed by Michael W. Smith on June 29, 2020

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