COVID-19 Patient

An 76 yr old female came because of a positive RT-PCR SARS-CoV-2 test from a nasopharyngeal swab. She and her family members were tested as part of screening because of one family member who was positive and with symptoms. Her only complaint was one episode of vomiting which happened 3 days ago. She didn't have any other symptoms. Her personal history was unremarkable. She is afebrile, with normal breathing, cardio-circulatory stable, with normal vital signs. Auscultation of the lung revealed scarce crackles over the right lung on the lateral side of the chest. The rest of the exam was unremarkable. Chest X-ray was done. These are the pathological values of labs: Ly 0.37; CRP 59.1; glucose 7.4; urea 21.0; creatinine 417; eGFR 9; AST 47; LDH 417; CK 285; Ca 2.10. What is your opinion on these findings? Could this be neoplasm?

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COVID 19 positive case ,family positive And other contacts must be screened and put under quarantine. Under the circumstances patients without symptoms are diagnosed virus +ve or asymptomatic persons also found positive. Therefore doctors attending must diagnosed her as a case of COVID positive with neoplasm and treat her accordingly . Under circumstances possibility of neoplasm can't be ruled out.
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Calcified aortic knuckle Opacity at lt paracardiac border more likely retrocardiac Opacity on rt paracardiac region is diffuse Rt dome is pulled up Dialated mediastinum Covid19 Positive Lymphopenia On face of it supportive of covid19 pneumonitis Less likely malignant
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Cardiomegaly LVH Aortic knuckle calcification. Prominent Pulmonary arteries. Peri hilar opacities seen. Rt basal densed opacities seen sugg of consolidation. Crowding of ribs noted. 2d Echo CD and CT thorax would be helpful in further discussion and conclusion.
Collapse consolidation right mid zone Collapse consolidation Left lower lobe paracardic region Mediastinal widening ARDS Ad HRCT thorax
IT'S A..CASE OF.. COVID-19 POSITIVE..WITH.. ? NEOPLASM .. NEED'S.. MANAGEMENT AS PER REQUIREMENT.. AND..PROTOCOLS..
Tnx Dr Ashok Leel sir
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SUGGESTIVE Of COVID 19...POSITIVE CARDIOMEGALY LV H PROMINENT. PULMONARY ARTERIES ADVISABLE.. RULE. OUT NEOPLASM
Lung infiltration and cavitation
COBID-19 WITH NEOPLASMS
PATIENT HAS TESTED POSITIVE FOR COVID 19 MOST OF THE PATIENTS OF THIS DESEASE ARE ASYMPTOMATIC AS THIS PATIENT IS I WOULD ALSO ADVISE CT CHEST HE SOULD BE TREATED ON THE LINES OF COVID 19 WITH ALL HIS RELATIONS AND FAMILY MEMBERS SCREENED AND ISOLATED
It could be Neoplasm c Diagnosed Covid-19 The main thing is to Rx Covid-19& make her -ve, Then?? Neoplasms tackled
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