POLYSEROSITIS: Difficult to diagnose Sequelae Of Covid -19 I
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A rare sequelae of Covid 19 was seen in a 60-year-old female. She presented with a 2-day history of mid-thoracic discomfort, intermittent rigours, fevers and general malaise, a few weeks after COVID-19 infection. Based on the symptoms, she was treated for community-acquired pneumonia. However, her symptoms recurred despite multiple courses of antibiotics and a combination of a pleural and pericardial effusion was identified, leading to a diagnosis of polyserositis. Since, the known sequalae of Covid 19 is still evolving, rare and unexpected diseases like polyserositis is not often at the forefront of the physician’s mind. Raising awareness will help to tackle the challenging diagnosis in relation to this virus.

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