Atypical Presentations of Post-Covid Mucormycosis
Mucormycosis is a rare fungal infection affecting multiple organ systems, most commonly causing invasive fungal sinusitis. In the post covid era, it caused a flare-up in a number of cases for a few months in tropical countries of South East Asia causing significant deaths in susceptible subjects. A few abnormal presentations of this infection have been described and discussed below.
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Deshmukh BG, Pal P. Atypical Presentations of Post-Covid Mucormycosis. Int J Preven Curat Comm Med. 2022;8(3):1-5.
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