Significant changes in the lungs during the development of new coronary pneumonia
In the developmental stage, if the infection is not serious, the virus will only affect one or two lung lobes, and the effect on lung function will be small. Patients will also show fever, cough, and fatigue.
With the development of the disease, the consolidation area of the lungs began to absorb, and the lung density decreased, which gradually became the density of ground glass in the lungs, as if a piece of sugar had melted. Patients will also gradually feel dyspnea and shortness of breath.
At this time, if the patient can receive effective treatment or the body’s immunity can gradually defeat the virus, the inflammation will be further absorbed, the scope will be gradually reduced, the condition will be improved, and pulmonary fibrous strands may be left.
For patients, it may really be like getting a flu.