"EFFECTS OF COVID-19 ON SKIN CONDITION"

  • A. Shakirova KSMA named after I.K. Akhunbaev, ISM
  • T. Zakirov ISM
  • A. Kurmanalieva ISM
  • S. Torobekova ISM
  • B. Shriyam ISM
Keywords: COVID-19, rash, clinic, course, skin process, An increased background radiation, climate warming, environmental changes, an increase in population density, high migration activity of the population and other factors provoke the emergence and spread of new infections around the world

Abstract

This article provides general information about skin lesions in COVID-19, provides detailed information about the elements of the rash, stages of severity and course. Examples of skin changes during coronavirus infection are given, the most common dermatoses are divided into groups. A skin rash in the presence of this infection can appear in people of any age, and moreover, it can worsen and complicate the course of the primary skin process.

Author Biographies

A. Shakirova , KSMA named after I.K. Akhunbaev, ISM

-       ass. of the department of dermatovenerology of KSMA named after I.K. Akhunbaev

-       part-time assistant of the department of infectious diseases and dermatovenerology of ISM

T. Zakirov , ISM

assistant of the department of infectious diseases and dermatovenerology of ISM

A. Kurmanalieva , ISM

 assistant of the department of infectious diseases and dermatovenerology of ISM

S. Torobekova, ISM

assistant of the department of infectious diseases and dermatovenerology of ISM

B. Shriyam , ISM

student of 5th course of ISM

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Published
2020-12-14
How to Cite
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Shakirova , A.; Zakirov , T.; Kurmanalieva , A.; Torobekova, S.; Shriyam , B. "EFFECTS OF COVID-19 ON SKIN CONDITION" . Eurasian Union of Scientists 2020, 2, 68-71.