Pulmonary thrombosis in post-mortem findings of COVID-19 – Autopsy Review

Jun 13, 2020COVID Literature Appraisal, Pathology

Autopsies are gold standard to identify the cause of death and study pathophysiology of novel diseases. Though the studies are less as compared to number of deaths worldwide, findings of pulmonary artery thrombosis and thromboembolism in these studies underpin and parallel the recent clinical findings of coagulopathy induced complications and potential beneficial role of anticoagulants in treatment of severe COVID-19.

Article: Carsana et al. BMJ April 2020; Wichmann et al. Ann Intern Med May 2020; Lax SF et al. Ann Intern Med May 2020; Duarte-Neto AN et al. Histopathology May 2020; Ackermann M et al. NEJM June 2020.

Pathology-Autopsy pulmonary findings

 

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