Post COVID-19 Subacute thyroiditis: A case report
AbstractSubacute thyroiditis is a non-suppurative inflammation of the thyroid gland, which usually develops after viral infection to the upper respiratory tract, accompanied by pain in the neck radiated to the jaw and fever. This is a case report study for a 43-year-old woman, who developed subacute thyroiditis 6 weeks following coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
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