Fever, fatigue, dry cough and shortness of breath are the most common SYMPTOMs of COVID-19, but they are not enough to confirm the infection of the new coronavirus, and patients must also be tested,media BGR reported. This terrible microorganism can cause other problems. Neurologists have found that some patients may be susceptible to a variety of neurological symptoms after infection. Cardiologists suspect that the new coronavirus will directly attack the heart. And many doctors have noticed that PATIENTS WITH COVID-19 SUDDENLY SHOW SYMPTOMS OF LOSS OF SMELL AND TASTE. Now, doctors at the French Federation of Dermatologists-Steologists (SNDV) have found that a new coronavirus infection can lead to unusual skin symptoms.
These skin symptoms associated with COVID-19 include pseudo-frozen sores, urticaria and persistent redness, Le Figaro reported. Sudden redness can be painful, and dermatologists notice skin damage caused by temporary urticaria.
SNDV organized a WhatsApp discussion group, joined by more than 400 professionals working in the French private sector or the public health system. They stressed that skin lesions may or may not be related to or associated with other typical COVID-19 signs, such as respiratory problems. Not all COVID-19 patients experience complications, and many may not have any respiratory problems at all while the immune system is resistant to the virus. Studies have shown that patients with COVID-19 without any symptoms may still be infected and should be isolated to reduce the spread of the new coronavirus.
“The analysis of many cases reported to SNDV suggests that these manifestations may be related to the new coronavirus,” the team said in a statement. “We are alerting the public and the medical community to identify these potentially contagious patients as soon as possible. “Doctors advise patients to seek medical attention in the event of such symptoms.
The head of France’s health department, J?r?me Salomon, said he was not aware of any published work to prove dermatological symptoms in COVID-19 cases. But he added that not everything about the new coronavirus is known, and we learn new things every day.