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Covid-Induced “Black Fungus” Cases Reported In Delhi Hospital – NDTV

Doctors at a leading private facility here are seeing a rise in the number of COVID-triggered mucormycisis cases, according to a statement from the hospital.

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“Last two days, we admitted six cases of mucormycisis,” doctor at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital said (FIle)
New Delhi: Doctors at a leading private facility here are seeing a rise in the number of COVID-triggered mucormycisis cases, according to a statement from the hospital.
Mucormycisis is a fungal infection triggered by COVID-19. Black fungus or mucormycosis has been a cause of disease and death of patients in transplants, ICUs and immunodeficient patients since long.
According to Dr Manish Munjal,…

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