Mucormycosis in Post Covid Patient - A Case Report
Keywords:Mucormycosis, Covid-19, ACE2 receptors, Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus, Iron overload
Mucormycosis is considered to be a rare notorious fungal infection mainly affecting diabetics with or without
ketoacidosis & immunocompromised patients, with high mortality rate. Occurrence of Mucormycosis as an
implication of Covid-19 has not yet been reported. We present a case of aggressive mucormycosis in a Post
covid-19 type-2 diabetic patient and aim to illustrate the possible Covid-19 effects on body and a dire need
for early diagnosis.
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