Arterial mesenteric thrombosis in COVID-19 positive patient: A case report
Keywords:COVID-19, mesenteric thrombosis, bilateral interstitial pneumonia
COVID-19 has resulted in the death of a number of people around the world. Complications of COVID-19 including coagulopathy may contribute to the development of arterial ischemic events. Mesenterial thrombosis is a late complication of the disease. This clinical case presented the role of hypercoagulation in the clinical picture of the COVID-19 patients, which increased the risk of death.
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Jndoyan ZT, Agho Stepanyan S, Harutyunyan AR, Vladimir Shekoyan S (2022) Arterial mesenteric thrombosis in COVID-19 positive patient: A case report. J Infect Dev Ctries 16:778–781. doi: 10.3855/jidc.14335
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