Extrapulmonary manifestations of COVID-19

  title={Extrapulmonary manifestations of COVID-19},
  author={Aakriti Gupta and Mahesh V. Madhavan and Kartik Sehgal and Nandini Nair and Shiwani Mahajan and Tejasav S. Sehrawat and Behnood Bikdeli and Neha Ahluwalia and John Ausiello and Elaine Y. Wan and Daniel E. Freedberg and Ajay J. Kirtane and Sahil A. Parikh and Mathew S. Maurer and Anna S Nordvig and Domenico Accili and Joan M Bathon and Sumit Mohan and Kenneth A. Bauer and Martin B. Leon and Harlan M. Krumholz and Nir Uriel and Mandeep R. Mehra and Mitchell S. V. Elkind and Gregg W. Stone and Allan Schwartz and David D. Ho and John P. Bilezikian and Donald W. Landry},
  journal={Nature Medicine},
Although COVID-19 is most well known for causing substantial respiratory pathology, it can also result in several extrapulmonary manifestations. These conditions include thrombotic complications, myocardial dysfunction and arrhythmia, acute coronary syndromes, acute kidney injury, gastrointestinal symptoms, hepatocellular injury, hyperglycemia and ketosis, neurologic illnesses, ocular symptoms, and dermatologic complications. Given that ACE2, the entry receptor for the causative coronavirus… 

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