Manifestaciones dermatológicas de COVID-19: ¿casualidad o causalidad?

María Isabel Arredondo, Lina Vanesa Gómez, Delsy Yurledy Del Río C

Resumen


En esta revisión narrativa de la literatura se describen las manifestaciones en piel del SARS-CoV-2 reportadas hasta hoy en todas las edades. El objetivo es entender la presentación clínica y el tiempo de aparición en el curso de la enfermedad, para aumentar el rendimiento de las pruebas diagnósticas y mejorar la identificación de pacientes asintomáticos. Para la descripción se clasifican en cinco grupos: relacionadas directa o indirectamente con el virus, toxicodermias, dermatitis de contacto y trauma por presión. Hasta ahora no se ha comprobado si estas lesiones son por una manifestación directa del virus, por una reacción inmunitaria inespecífica o secundarias a los tratamientos usados.


Palabras clave


Infecciones por coronavirus; Enfermedades de la piel, Toxicodermias

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