A Cutaneous manifestation in a 59-year-old patient with Novel Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) seen in a primary care clinic in Alberta, Canada: a case report
A case report
Keywords:Exanthema; Coronavirus; Covid-19; Skin; Patients; Pandemics; Primary Health Care; Alberta; Canada
This case report describes a skin rash presented in a patient diagnosed with COVID-19 in Urmia, Iran. The patient was virtually connected to our clinic in Calgary, Alberta. The clinical manifestation in this case is an example of cutaneous lesions in patients with COVID-19 and can be used for an educational purpose. All data has been collected with the patient’s written consent.
This clinical case study advocates for more data collection on the skin lesions in patients with COVID-19.
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