This is a case of an elderly female with comorbidities and a history of cardiac transplant 13 years back, presented with diarrhea and diagnosed with COVID-19. She was hospitalized and found to have a cardiac injury and urinary tract infection, treated with antibiotics, antivirals, immunosuppressives, and required non-invasive ventilatory support.
Lipomatous hypertrophy of the interatrial septum (LHIAS) is a benign cardiac tumor. Differential diagnosis of LHIAS consists of atrial masses such as myxomas or lipomas. Herein, we report a 66-year-old male, admitted as a case of severe COVID-19 and was found to have a LHIAS extending to the crista terminalis.
The effect of COVID-19 is not limited to the respiratory system. Patients who are at risk to develop cardiac arrhythmias might be affected especially when unmasked with fever. A 41-year-old Bangladeshi male patient presented with frequent palpitations and dizziness. His ECG revealed Brugada pattern while being diagnosed with COVID-19.