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Radiological Characteristics of Lung-Related Complications in COVID Patients

Author: JASUR HAQBERDIEV, UMID TADJIEV, MARUFJON SALOKHIDDINOV, BERNARA KURBANOVA, NODIR MAGZUMOV, BEKZOD ASHIROV
Abstract: COVID-19 is widely known to cause respiratory dysfunction, but it is also associated with a host of extrapulmonary manifestations such as clotting disorders, myocardial dysfunction and arrhythmias, acute coronary syndrome, acute renal failure, gastrointestinal distress, hepatocellular damage, hyperglycemia and ketosis, neurological disease, eye symptoms and dermatological complications. Consequences after coronavirus depend on the form of the disease (mild, severe), as well as age and accompanying chronic diseases. In a mild course, coronavirus infection after recovery gives similar symptoms to the post-influenza condition: weakness, shortness of breath and palpitations with little exertion, depressed mood. If coronavirus caused pneumonia, its complication is often pulmonary fibrosis (replacement of working tissue by scar tissue). Patients develop respiratory, and then cardiac failure, kidney and liver function may deteriorate. Part of the consequences are related to the need for toxic drugs and artificial ventilation of the lungs, the elderly is more susceptible to severe reactions. All of the health risks of the new infection, especially the long-term ones, have yet to be studied
Keyword: COVID, lung, radiologic, pericardial effusion, RDS
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2021.13.02.134
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