Fast Five Quiz: COVID-19

Michael Stuart Bronze, MD

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March 20, 2020

Presentations of COVID-19 have ranged from asymptomatic/mild symptoms to severe illness and mortality. Common symptoms include fever, cough, and shortness of breath. Huang and colleagues reported that the most common clinical finding was fever (98%), followed by cough (76%) and myalgia/fatigue (44%). Headache, sputum production, and diarrhea were less common. The clinical course was characterized by the development of dyspnea in 55% of patients and lymphopenia in 66%.

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